Re-do LR section drills?

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Re-do LR section drills?

Postby WeightliftingThinker » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:10 am

I have been drilling LR sections with no time pressure. Should I re-do them?

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Re: Re-do LR section drills?

Postby kindofcanuck » Wed Oct 12, 2016 7:13 am

There's no point in redoing them to just circle what you can remember as being the correct answers.

There is point in redoing them if you're going to explain the logic each time of why one of the answers is right, and the others are not.

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Re: Re-do LR section drills?

Postby WeightliftingThinker » Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:57 am

kindofcanuck wrote:There's no point in redoing them to just circle what you can remember as being the correct answers.

There is point in redoing them if you're going to explain the logic each time of why one of the answers is right, and the others are not.


The latter. Presumably untimed to actually review the logic?

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Re: Re-do LR section drills?

Postby kindofcanuck » Wed Oct 12, 2016 9:25 am

WeightliftingThinker wrote:
kindofcanuck wrote:There's no point in redoing them to just circle what you can remember as being the correct answers.

There is point in redoing them if you're going to explain the logic each time of why one of the answers is right, and the others are not.


The latter. Presumably untimed to actually review the logic?


Timed would have limited utility since you're likely to be remembering some right/wrong answers. The idea for that would be to make sure you understand them - should get a perfect score. I'd say untimed.



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