Nonconsecutive wrote:TheMostDangerousLG wrote:On an obviously related note, is anyone else here working on their third take? I'm struggling with how I'm going to study, given that I've already taken almost every PT twice.
Im dealing with this as well. Right now I've just went back to the older PTs, since anything even remotely modern I am answering largely from memory. The problem with the older PTs is that I drilled from them so much I seem to be remembering the more difficult questions, even if have "forgotten" the majority of the test. This only applies to LR and RC. I forget LG problems within 2 days, its weird.
Hurm, this is what I'm about try. About to take PT 25 as a way of mixing it up, with the hope that since I haven't it twice (and maybe never in its entirety? although I've definitely done sections multiple times), it'll be a bit more challenging. Also hoping the older/different logic mixes it up and forces me to be more... present? In the zone? I don't know. Fully cognizant? Whatever. But yeah, I'm concerned that I've drilled these Qs too many times for it to actually make a difference.
I think what I'm going to do overall is work on getting my speed up and time down. Because maybe if I can train myself to be hella quick, I can compensate with time on PT 71 for my inability to truly further train accuracy / competency at this point. If that makes any sense....