chaoticx5 wrote:A little over 10 weeks left. Starting to preptest this weekend. Does it make more sense to start with 60s then alternate between 50s and 60s until the exam? With only 10 exams in the 60s and hearing that they are different, at least in the LR section, I'm a little worried about the amount of material available to practice.
Also do you guys blind review after every PT? Anyone want to break down their review technique for PTs? What is your methodology when you get a question wrong? Do you add them to a list and go over those questions later? Or do you do as the books suggest, find a reason why each answer is wrong or right and then move on?
That's just me but, I think mixing up 60s with 50s is ideal. 60s are different than 50s, so it's good to see what you will be dealing with.
As far as pt goes, I take the PT, and circle any question that I wasn't 100%sure on. After finishing I take a little break, go eat, do the circled ones untimed and then go over what was right and wrong. I usually read every mlsat explanation on them, even the ones that were right just to make sure my reasoning was sound.
After that, they go to the 7sage pt tool. I mark all the questions I got wrong and mark them to re do at some later time along with drilling.