180 on 46 just now. I'm flying.
I've been plateaued in the low 170s (and high 160s, gulp) for a while. Been taking more time between tests to brush up on theory. Developing more sophisticated strategies, and specifically practicing with 30 minute sections instead of 35. This is breaking open my concept of what I can get on this test. Even if I don't keep the gain (or whole gain) for the next PT, now I know I can do it. It's like a handhold on the summit. I'm not all the way up yet, but I can reach it. I can at least see it.
How do you review this test? I guess I need to look at all the questions that could have gone the other way, the uncertain ones. I'm noticing strategies that are becoming more ingrained, fully absorbed. Like 15 LR questions in 15 minutes, and then a natural slow down in response to expected higher difficulty. (Pretty sure that's plagiarized from LRB)
Anyway, thanks for listening. I always read the posts and help when I can. It's nice to have a community to practice with. I have to tell you about this, because no one else in my life understands this obsession.
seriously awesome. congrats! Studied from around 7:30 AM CST until now. Think I might top of the day with some RC.