Hey all. Started studying in the last few days of August. Read through the Princeton Review basic book, scoring a 168 (timed, but didnt hold myself to 35 minutes, just wanted to see how I did finishing them all, then planned on working on time later). A few days later I took a real prep to make sure the princeton test was a good measure, and got a 171.
Read through Manhattan RC and bits and pieces of Powerscore LR that I needed to work on, took another test a few days ago and got a 177.
With a month and a half til the test, I realized that most of my work needed to be done practicing instead of learning more things, as I felt pretty comfortable.
I set out a schedule where I work through the 25-30 prep tests I have by doing two, timed sections each day, separately, while mixing in a full prep about once a week. As I get closer, I plan to do about 3 full preps a week for the last 2-3 weeks, and start taking them with an 'experimental section' and in the building the actual test will be.
Could I get some advice on whether this is too little, too much, or just plain wrong? I really don't want to burn out and lose gas, but I also don't want to do too little.
Today, for example, I did one Games and one LR section, both in 35 minutes, with one wrong on both. So I feel good, I just feel as though an hour a day or two sections is just not enough studying. I also worry that doing sections every day with full tests every week may wear me out.
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