I started a sort of "game". The goal would be trying to see what kind of awareness do I have after having taken a test, in order to build a sort of "error margin" around my self-perception of a test. I mean, after a test I try to predict how many questions I could have missed in each section, mostly based on how easy do I find a section and how much time / struggle do I need to complete that.
PT 54 today:
LR1: -2 (-2 predicted)
LR2: -1 (-2 predicted)
RC: -5 (-5 predicted // time struggles as always, got wrong the last 3 questions..)
LG: -0 (-0 predicted)
Score: 172 (171 predicted)
This repeated to every test is meant to give my the error margin perception/actual score, to be used after the test day. It is probably absolutely useless your perception in there is kinda distorted.
Anyway, I like to do that, and it could in some way alleviate the month before the results... Or maybe worsen it... Don't know bruh, I just have so many inferences in my head I don't feel lucid anymore
29 days to landing