150 timed/159 BR - bad position to be in for October?

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dominicanguy12
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150 timed/159 BR - bad position to be in for October?

Postby dominicanguy12 » Sat Jun 27, 2015 5:12 pm

I just did PT 52 after about a month of light studying and got 150 timed with like 10 questions unanswered because I ran out of time. I felt I did horribly and thought I had gotten like a 140 just because I was way too slow and couldn't finish an entire game.

Then I did BR and got a 159. I probably went too fast through the BR but whatever. My cold diagnostic 1 month ago was also a 159 untimed...


A 20 point jump for timed tests seems huge in just 3 months for the October test. Am I in a really bad position?

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Re: 150 timed/159 BR - bad position to be in for October?

Postby UpandDown97 » Sat Jun 27, 2015 5:27 pm

dominicanguy12 wrote:I just did PT 52 after about a month of light studying and got 150 timed with like 10 questions unanswered because I ran out of time. I felt I did horribly and thought I had gotten like a 140 just because I was way too slow and couldn't finish an entire game.

Then I did BR and got a 159. I probably went too fast through the BR but whatever. My cold diagnostic 1 month ago was also a 159 untimed...


A 20 point jump for timed tests seems huge in just 3 months for the October test. Am I in a really bad position?


There's still a lot of time to get better, and if you work hard and smart, you will.

But brace yourself: you might not get a 170. Very few people are capable, and even fewer actually execute.




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