Drilling LR vs Section after section

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Drilling LR vs Section after section

Postby OVOXO » Tue Oct 08, 2013 4:39 pm

I’m a retaker from Feb. Took my first PT yesterday and got 94/100 for 175. I went −4 and −1 on the LR sections and −5 on the LRX. I spent September mercilessly drilling LG and NA/SA/Flaw.

Most of my LR misses have been quite random, though point-at-issue and most strongly supported show up a little more often than others. I finish the section in 31/32 mins usually (including bubbling). I want to get some advice on here on whether drilling the Cambridge packets ad nauseum is the way to go or just doing doing section-review-section-review on days I don’t PT.

Thanks guys! Hoping to join the legion of 170+ scorers on this amazingly helpful forum.

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Re: Drilling LR vs Section after section

Postby Ambitious1 » Tue Oct 08, 2013 5:38 pm

Your timing seems on point. Timing is the inherent value of using sections to gauge your progress. I would strongly suggest purchasing Cambridge packets in whichever areas you think you're the weakest in and drill them mercilessly. Take as much time as you need.. Finishing LR in 32 minutes per section is great but you would rather take 33, 34 or even the full 35 and get that accuracy up to where you want it to be.

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