I've hit a wall with my studying. In fact, I seem to be doing worse instead of better, and I'm resigning myself to probably retaking the test in September. (On previous tests got up to 176 on a practice test when done in individual sections, highest PT was 169, most 165-166. Consistently end between 83-85 right each test, despite feeling like I made progress and have an easier time with it).
Also, I'm definitely having trouble with newer tests versus older ones, at least I think.
Still, the only thing I can find consistent about the questions I get wrong most, are that they are the harder questions or for RC, hardest passages.
As soon as I turn off the timer, I get about about half of the questions I got wrong trying to do it timed correct, almost immediately.
Other than try to remain calm and not psych myself out under pressure/fear of running out of time, I'm not really sure what to do, other than do and review more and more harder RC passages and LR questions.
Is there a better way to do this? Is there something I'm missing? Is there a different way I should be looking at harder questions versus easier ones?
Any insight at all would be fantastic.
(aiming ultimately for a 170 or above).
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