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utaustin

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Re: I can't get my score up
« Reply #10 on: August 02, 2004, 05:13:16 PM »
with the test 2 months away, you still can work untimed.

 

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Re: I can't get my score up
« Reply #11 on: August 02, 2004, 05:48:53 PM »
Gradually shorting the time will make the 35 seem longer. It will also prepare you incase you get the rare proctor who shorts your time. This has worked for me. At first I could not seem to finish games or LR section. The RC was hopless. Now I can finish all sections. Hey, you never know what's going to work for you. You have enough time to try different methods. I can now finish my games, averaging about 20 right.
losin' sleep, gainin' knowledge.

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Re: I can't get my score up
« Reply #12 on: August 02, 2004, 07:46:11 PM »
Try viagra. Ur thinking too hard with the wrong head.

I saw this thread title and was determined to post about Viagra too... you beat me to it. damn you :-P

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Re: I can't get my score up
« Reply #13 on: August 02, 2004, 10:00:17 PM »
I know exactly how you feel!  I used to get 0-1 wrong in games and combined 11-12 wrong in LR.  After lots of careful studying and analysis I have gotten my LR questions down to 5-6 wrong, but now my games have gone up to 5 wrong!!  Argh.  So basically, scores have stayed put.  Its very frustrating, but I think the key is to keep studying all the sections vigorously regardless of which section may seem your strong suit.  Also, I dont know if you did this, but for me, I often checked my answers after each section, and after every good section, I would be elated and then be careless on the next.  Thus I am trying to stop being so impatient and take these exams like they were the real ones!  Good luck with your studying... Gosh, I cannot wait till this is all over!