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Re: Any late-prep advice for a retaker?

Postby BP Robert » Mon Nov 24, 2014 3:31 am

Big fan of the name^

Take an untimed test or two just to assess your standing. Anything you miss, without the pressure of time, is something you should go back and review.

Your current score is a common place where students plateau. To progress, most people have success with taking as many full length tests as possible. Your score suggests that you're basically beyond the point where drilling is necessary/the best use of time, so now you want to focus on timing, stamina, and execution.

Best of luck,

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Re: Any late-prep advice for a retaker?

Postby Clearly » Mon Nov 24, 2014 12:19 pm

Score higher this time.

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Re: Any late-prep advice for a retaker?

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