Drilling question...

Yankees1404
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Drilling question...

Postby Yankees1404 » Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:05 pm

For anybody who has used the cambridge books to "drill" sections...how'd you go about it? did you see a noticeable gain? obviously, this strategy seems effective for zeroing on weaker areas within a given section...but please anybody who has "drilled" explain the method you used. un-timed vs timed? how many questions did you do per "drilling"...and any other relevant details to somebody looking to use this approach (mostly to sharpen my LR). thank you!

florida1949
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Re: Drilling question...

Postby florida1949 » Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:19 pm

Yankees1404 wrote:For anybody who has used the cambridge books to "drill" sections...how'd you go about it? did you see a noticeable gain? obviously, this strategy seems effective for zeroing on weaker areas within a given section...but please anybody who has "drilled" explain the method you used. un-timed vs timed? how many questions did you do per "drilling"...and any other relevant details to somebody looking to use this approach (mostly to sharpen my LR). thank you!


I used Kaplan's books and have no idea how they compare with Cambridge's so take this with a grain of salt.

Drilling worked wonders for me. For instance, LR parallel reasoning questions gave me a lot of trouble initially. I would drill 5-6 questions at a time un-timed then go over my answers. I tried to focus on getting my methodology down more so than completing the questions quickly. Definitely saw a big improvement rather quickly.




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