Doing practice tests

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hereyago
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Doing practice tests

Postby hereyago » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:17 pm

would you suggest doing the older practice tests first or the later/newer ones first?

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SoPro
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Re: Doing practice tests

Postby SoPro » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:22 pm

Older first. You should be taking the most recent tests closest to test day.

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glucose101
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Re: Doing practice tests

Postby glucose101 » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:26 pm

I would do the recent exams closer to the test date, and use some of the older ones as 5th sections.

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Re: Doing practice tests

Postby Jeffort » Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:48 pm

Use the older tests for slow motion practice, study and review in order to learn the basics (concepts, techniques, strategies, approaches, etc.) and then progress into using newer tests for timed practice AFTER you have learned and drilled the basics a lot. Save a good amount of the most recent tests for full timed test practice (with fresh unspoiled tests you have never looked at before) leading up to test day.

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Re: Doing practice tests

Postby hereyago » Fri Jul 01, 2011 1:34 pm

Jeffort wrote:Use the older tests for slow motion practice, study and review in order to learn the basics (concepts, techniques, strategies, approaches, etc.) and then progress into using newer tests for timed practice AFTER you have learned and drilled the basics a lot. Save a good amount of the most recent tests for full timed test practice (with fresh unspoiled tests you have never looked at before) leading up to test day.


this is good shit.

thanks.




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