twiix wrote:wildcat1906 wrote:Another question:
when you guys blind review LR for missed questions after grading them, for example on necessary assumptions or flaw questions, do you try to figure out what the flaw is before looking at the correct answer or do you just see it right away?
I am currently reviewing some necessary assumption questions I had a hard time on previous PTs, and I don't remember the correct answers for them; so before looking at the correct answer, I just try to figure out the gap beforehand.
Do you guys think this is a waste of time and I should just review by seeing the correct answers right away?
you should 100% try to figure it out before looking at the answers. it teaches muscle memory (so to speak) and it facilitates seeing patterns in the test, which leads to faster answers and accuracy when you recognize that almost every question is a "stamp" or mold of a single common variation .
Thanks for the advice!