Doing LR sections in reverse order?

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Doing LR sections in reverse order?

Postby JimHalpert » Fri May 13, 2011 11:36 pm

Has anyone ever tried this or think it's a decent idea?

I keep getting around 4x for each of the two LR sections, and I find that probably 80% of my errors come in the last 5-7 questions. I may be wrong, but doesn't the section pretty much increase with difficulty as it progresses? That, coupled with the fact that I'm more distracted by time then leads me to wonder if I should consider doing them earlier on and then working on the rest of the questions.


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Re: Doing LR sections in reverse order?

Postby zozin » Sat May 14, 2011 12:44 am

So you can get stuck on the harder questions and lose points because you don't have enough time to do the first 15.

15?s in 15 min or less. Use that pace, and you'll have more than enough time to finish the last 10.

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Re: Doing LR sections in reverse order?

Postby mattviphky » Sat May 14, 2011 12:56 am

try doing the first 16 or so and then go to the end and work backwards, 16-22 are usually the hardest

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