Comment/Improve Upon my Current Style

collegebum1989
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Comment/Improve Upon my Current Style

Postby collegebum1989 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:27 pm

Hi guys,

Just started to begin drilling sections today, wanted to get some feedback to see if I was on the right track! I'm following Pithypike's study schedule, and plan on taking the June 2012 Exam. All comments/feedback will be appreciated:

Month 1: February
Mon: LG and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Tue: LR and LG Drilling (3 hours)
Wed: LR and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Thurs: LG + RC Drilling (3 hours)
Fri: Weekly Drilling Review (3 hours)
Sat: REST
Sun: PrepTest (Untimed)
Total PrepTests: 4

Month 2: March
Mon: LG and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Tue: LR and LG Drilling (3 hours)
Wed: LR and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Thurs: LG + RC Drilling (3 hours)
Fri: Weekly Drilling Review (3 hours)
Sat: REST
Sun: PrepTest (timed)
Total PrepTests: 4

Month 3: April
Mon: LG and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Tue: LG and LR Drilling (3 hours)
Wed: LR and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Thurs: PrepTest 1 (timed)
Fri: REST
Sat: Weekly Drilling Review (3 hours)
Sun: PrepTest 2 (timed)
Total PrepTests: 8

Month 4: May
Mon: PrepTest 1 (timed)
Tue: LG and RC Drilling (3 hours)
Wed: Review (3 hours)
Thurs: PrepTest 2 (timed)
Fri: LR Drilling (3 hours)
Sat: Review (3 hours)
Sun: PrepTest 3 (timed)
TOTAL PrepTests: 12

Total: 28 (PrepTests 38-65)

Thank you for the help!

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Nikrall
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Re: Comment/Improve Upon my Current Style

Postby Nikrall » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:44 pm

Eh a little bit preppy for my taste. Love the shoes tho.

collegebum1989
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Re: Comment/Improve Upon my Current Style

Postby collegebum1989 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:26 am

I like that one haha.

Yeah, I know a lot of this will change based on how I'm doing on the sections and if I start to plateau. I'm scheduling on a weekly basis so that I can take weeks off to get over the plateaus.

The major question I have for people who've successfully studied is how to pace the drilling...Ideally i want to dedicate 3 hours of studying per day, so was it easier to do drill 2 sections in a day, or dedicate an entire section per day of the week?

Also, looking at Pithypike's study guide, I'm not sure how to spread out the drills (20 questions/day; or question type per week, etc) since different question types have different amounts of numbers.

Yes, I'm pretty neurotic, part of being an engineer lol.

collegebum1989
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Re: Comment/Improve Upon my Current Style

Postby collegebum1989 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 3:11 pm

bump, anyone have suggestions?

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fashiongirl
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Re: Comment/Improve Upon my Current Style

Postby fashiongirl » Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:07 pm

Looks good to me. You'll find your groove once you start. However I didn't really use any rest days. I just went full force and took some rest breaks when needed, however I work full-time. If you are doing this all day everyday then perhaps a rest day is needed.




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