Colonel_funkadunk wrote:jw316 wrote:
That being said, any advice given the above and the difference in my scores?
clearly timing is an issue. a 10 point jump between timed an untimed is pretty substantial. I will say also- getting less than 20 right in each section untimed on BR is an issue also.
idk your goal, diag or anything, but thats just way too many LR to be missing in an untimed environment. Stick with the trainer to find out what your accuracy issues are but also def be doing a lot of timing drills to make sure you have that down by test day.
and now i need an advil after making an on topic post.
eta: i get what youre saying about sections being heavy on question types and yea thats possible, but regardless of question type they stack the difficulty of questions and curve accordingly.
Thanks! Goal is 170+, diag was low 140s, highest PT was a 169 but this was my first PT in like 4 months. So far I've just done some work in the trainer (following the schedule, lil bit of drilling, half way done with the book) and drilled a few timed sections.
I mean I haven't even gotten to MSS/MBT/what role does this play in the passage questions and likely many more (only half way through the trainer but I know I need to finish this ASAP so that I can stop saying "it's because I haven't done that question type yet") in terms of what I should specifically be looking for, etc. so hoping that will clear a lot up but still gonna have to practice that with drilling.
As for the sections being heavy on types I wasn't saying that to say one section is harder than another, I'm just trying to keep an eye out for any kind of pattern I notice in the test but don't want to "see" a pattern that isn't there.