I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

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I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

Postby flash21 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:20 am

Is there a thread am missing or general advice about this? I've seen questions from every test now.

I want to study in case I need to take in December. Feel morr safe this way

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Re: I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

Postby a_parm » Tue Oct 06, 2015 9:25 am

doing the same thing. going to start studying next week.

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Re: I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

Postby WordPass » Tue Oct 06, 2015 9:47 am

I think there's no way you've memorized the answers to even half of all the PTs you've taken... so I would say start at an earlier one (if you practiced in order) and go on from there. Say, mid 40's/50's? If you're taking PT's that is and not drilling.

Yeah, you might remember some questions, which is fine, but I think that when you start practicing again, you'll find out that you repeat some mistakes (by the same exact thought process) and then you could really zero in on where things went wrong. But I will say take some time off, like a couple of weeks.

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Re: I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

Postby flash21 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:01 am

WordPass wrote:I think there's no way you've memorized the answers to even half of all the PTs you've taken... so I would say start at an earlier one (if you practiced in order) and go on from there. Say, mid 40's/50's? If you're taking PT's that is and not drilling.

Yeah, you might remember some questions, which is fine, but I think that when you start practicing again, you'll find out that you repeat some mistakes (by the same exact thought process) and then you could really zero in on where things went wrong. But I will say take some time off, like a couple of weeks.


Maybe I will take this week off? I feel like I shouldn't though.

I think I might begin with 40's again and break them down like crazy or something and build my way back up to the 70's.

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Re: I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

Postby WordPass » Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:33 am

flash21 wrote:
WordPass wrote:I think there's no way you've memorized the answers to even half of all the PTs you've taken... so I would say start at an earlier one (if you practiced in order) and go on from there. Say, mid 40's/50's? If you're taking PT's that is and not drilling.

Yeah, you might remember some questions, which is fine, but I think that when you start practicing again, you'll find out that you repeat some mistakes (by the same exact thought process) and then you could really zero in on where things went wrong. But I will say take some time off, like a couple of weeks.


Maybe I will take this week off? I feel like I shouldn't though.

I think I might begin with 40's again and break them down like crazy or something and build my way back up to the 70's.


Yeah, I know you feel like you shouldn't, but you should (even if it's just the week). When you come back to studying after giving your brain those few weeks to kinda digest all you've learned and reset in a way, starting prep will feel A LOT easier. I think you'll find that coming back, you're processing things much faster.

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Re: I'm going to study these next week's just in case. What is tcr for studying with no fresh material?

Postby cheeseee » Tue Oct 06, 2015 12:43 pm

Same here. But I'm debating whether I should take PT 1-39. I've only used some of them for drilling. I already took a full timed PT 40-75 two to three times. Is this a good idea?



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