What are the tips for managing time in the DILR section of Common Admission Test(CAT)?

Some Tips for designing your strategies are:
• You will not receive negative marks if you answer non-MCQ questions.
• Instead of not selecting the incorrect answer in MCQs, this method could result in a small difference in marks that matters in your final percentile.
• Leave any responses that you are unsure of.
• Negative marking may result from attempting questions you are unsure of in order to complete as many answers as possible. This will lower your overall score.
• Be astute and quick to detect the difficulty level of the questions that are thrown at you, and invest time in them as needed or simply skip them.
• If you are able to solve 3 DILR sets i.e., around 12 questions, you will be able to comfortably sit in the bracket of more than 97 percentile in this section.
• The choice of questions mater in this section as you won’t have much time to solve the questions in this section. You will need a minimum of 7 to 10 minutes to solve a set, and you won’t guarantee the correctness.