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RC isn't too bad and I'm averaging about 1 wrong per passage or less.
I've gotten much better at LGs and I'm rarely getting any wrong. Averaging -0 to -1.
Therefore, I've adopted this strategy for mixed review:
Remainder of June, all of July:
2 hr LG
3 hrs LR
1 RC passage
I am free from 5pm til 10pm so that is when I study the most. I am putting 2 hours of LG because I honestly can't do LR all day without wanting to punch myself in the head.
I plan on doing only PTs starting in mid-august and continuing that + some drilling until test day.
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JSRarri wrote:Sounds good to me. Food for thought, try not to worry about how many hours you study, but rather to the quality of study. Good luck.
Indeed. Make sure you are not just 'putting in the hours' but also progressing on the proper schedule by topic as well. Otherwise it looks like you're good to go - best of luck!
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