PT 59 and 60 left... Do them both, or just one?

kpuc
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PT 59 and 60 left... Do them both, or just one?

Postby kpuc » Tue Oct 05, 2010 12:08 am

My plan right now is to do PT 60 (since it's the most recent) on Wednesday and use PT 59 as part of the drills/review that I will be doing on every day besides Wednesday until Saturday.

I'm on a full steam of confidence after doing well on my last two PTs, and I wouldn't want to add any unnecessary doubts by cramming in an extra PT in the last 4 days of studying and potentially doing sub-par.

So does that sound like a good plan? Do just one more PT two days before the real thing, while reviewing/drilling on the other days?

whymeohgodno
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Re: PT 59 and 60 left... Do them both, or just one?

Postby whymeohgodno » Tue Oct 05, 2010 12:09 am

Both. Do them both. No question.

Seriously. The two most recent PT's? Why would you not do them both asap. We only have like 4 days left.

JJDancer
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Re: PT 59 and 60 left... Do them both, or just one?

Postby JJDancer » Tue Oct 05, 2010 10:57 am

I don't know if whyme understood you...I think it's important to cover the material in PT 59 and 60 but you don't have to do both of them as PTs (sit down in one go). If you want to do 60 as a PT and 59 as sections (drilling) That's totally fine.

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Re: PT 59 and 60 left... Do them both, or just one?

Postby DreamShake » Tue Oct 05, 2010 2:56 pm

JJDancer wrote:I don't know if whyme understood you...I think it's important to cover the material in PT 59 and 60 but you don't have to do both of them as PTs (sit down in one go). If you want to do 60 as a PT and 59 as sections (drilling) That's totally fine.


Agree 100% with this. No point in doing more PT's in a limited time than you're used to, introducing anxiety like "OMG WHAT IF I AM BURNED OUT?!?!" leading up to test day. 59 is a doozy, so that's probably the one to do in drills.




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