Daily_Double wrote:Couldn't sleep, so after watching an entire season of curb your enthusiasm, I reviewed my mistakes from PT 7 last night. In the hour that I have been awake today, I have drilled strengthen and weaken questions, but my phone battery was zero...so untimed. Since I recognized one of the games from PT 7 and vaguely remembered at least one of the LR questions I think my data, like Barry Bonds career, will be asterisked. I'm going to do timed sections of Preptest A from Superprep to get a better idea of where I stand.
I have to fight the urge, I'm guessing just like you, to go and grab a pt to see if I'm doing better. One thing that keeps from grabbing a pt is knowing I haven't completely grasped all of the conceptual shit yet with drilling so why test my understanding when I haven't finished the "understanding" part. (Plus run the risk of a crappy score killin my confidence bc at least for me the state of mind I'm in when I hit the books definitely affects how well I do) I'm trying pretty hard to stick to the plan and drill most of pt 1-40 by the end of the month then take take a full pt or two to see where I stand and what needs to be worked on. Say you take a pt now and you missed some parallel questions, but you haven't covered the bible chapter or drilled so what does that really tell you? Just my two cents. Never taken the test but I guess timed pts for those of us who have already started prepping are safe to reserve for the last 3 months. Drill 1-40 and time 40-67 nd super prep. Even if you start pting in march it's 2 tests a week--should be enough.