Reviewing Preptests

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gbpackerbacker
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Reviewing Preptests

Postby gbpackerbacker » Tue Mar 30, 2010 3:42 pm

Please share with us the procedure you use to review your pretests. Do you review all the answers or just the ones you miss? How long does it take you to review the test? What do you take into consideration (question type, wrong answer type, etc…)? How do you address your weaknesses?

I think it will be helpful for everybody to know what others do…

Thanks.

swflgirl
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Re: Reviewing Preptests

Postby swflgirl » Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:44 pm

I am anxious to know the answer to this question as well. Did you end up posting this somewhere else due to a lack of responses here? If you did will you direct me please to which thread it is on?

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Re: Reviewing Preptests

Postby Geist13 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:50 pm

Back when I was prepping, I looked at each wrong answer and wrote a couple sentences about why I picked the answer I picked (usually I could remember if I reviewed the test on the same day), a couple sentences about why that line of reasinoning was incorrect, and a couple about why the right answer is correct. Lots of people say go over your right answers too. While agree that, ideally, that would be best. That seems like tons of work. Reviewing 100 questions every test?

I would also keep track what types of questions each wrong answer was. That way over time as I could identify questions that I was getting wrong consistently.

This method didn't work out as much for Logic Games, but it suited my learning style well for LR and RC.




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