The Abyss wrote:I do have it mapped out and I understand that there's only so much material. My plan from the start was to do every question/game/passage from the Cambridge packets 2-3 times. Redoing questions is still useful, I believe. Even if I remember the answer to a question I force myself through the reasoning of why that AC is correct and the others are wrong. My way may not work for everyone, but it works for me. Knowing myself, burnout isn't an issue I'm concerned about, and if I need a day off I take it.
Yeah, hey, if that works for you then that's the route to go for sure. I both do and don't envy you for it.
I've found that I get basically nothing out of redoing easy questions of any type. So I essentially blind review my drills. Circle anything that I'm not 100% on and then make a note of the page of the LG/question number in LR in the Cambridge packet for redo. Which winnows my review down enough that, after going through everything once, I'll probably only have 10-15% of the material for round 2.