Just wondering what is best approach in regards to review of drilled question.
Do you review only the questions and answers that you missed when drilling or only the one you had trouble with or every single question and all its answers that you drilled?
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shifty_eyed wrote:The ones I had trouble with (right or wrong)
In an ideal world, one would have time to review every single question, whether right or wrong. However, when you have other obligations and/or limited time, it simply isn't feasible.
Focus your review efforts on questions you answered incorrectly, as well as those with which you have an inordinate amount of difficulty (down to two and got lucky, spent lots of time, etc.).
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