How often should you take practice tests studying for retake?

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How often should you take practice tests studying for retake?

Postby joeytribbiani » Wed Jul 06, 2016 3:03 pm

Sorry if this is already posted, I've tried to find it but can't - maybe I just suck at searching idk - but how often do people think is a good amount of time to space out practice tests? I think at least 1 day between PTs for review is necessary, but what is the general consensus on more than that?

Any thoughts on this welcome

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Re: How often should you take practice tests studying for retake?

Postby mukol » Wed Jul 06, 2016 3:06 pm

Depends bruh. Where you at? 150? 160? 170?

How many weeks you got before you take it?

How many PTs do you have?

I say 1 a week in early stages, 2 mid stages, 3 at the end. Dial it back down to 1 or 2 in the week or two leading up to it. You meed your meso and micro cycles to line up for optimal performance. And don't forget carb loading doesn't work.

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Re: How often should you take practice tests studying for retake?

Postby RamTitan » Wed Jul 06, 2016 3:43 pm

Agree with mukol; depends on what you did for your last prep. For example, if you only took 10 practice tests last time, then I'd advise you to spend a lot of time doing more of these. With that said, if you did like 50+ tests and still aren't where you want to be, then it might be a matter of drilling and going back to the fundamentals.

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Re: How often should you take practice tests studying for retake?

Postby Dcc617 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:13 pm

I took a practice test a week. For me it was way too much to do a test conditions PT more than that. But I drilled and stuff almost every day.



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