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It would make sense to do this, but I guess it also depends on what information is given within the problem. You would need enough information to calculate the K value if it was not already given and that could take more time than you have.
There are many different methods to determine whether a reaction will proceed to favor reactants or products, or if it is at equilibrium: deltaG and comparing K to Q are two of the many. It all depends on what type of problem it is and what information is given, but yes these are definitely two methods to determine the direction of a given reaction.
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