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SC: Practice questions by group of how many?

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SC: Practice questions by group of how many?

Post Sat May 03, 2008 8:04 am
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    Hello all,

    When I practice SC, I tend to do 5 questions and then correct/review my answers. I proceed that way because, during the correction, I can remember what my reasoning was for each question and compare it with what the books says. However, it does not "simulate" real test conditions because I have to remain focus only 10 min.

    My question is: how many questions to do at the same time? Is it best to proceed by large (20-30 questions), medium (10-20) or small (5-10) groups? Why?

    Thanks

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    Post Wed May 07, 2008 9:34 pm
    I recommend larger sets, 30-40 at a time. The reason why is that it can help you get used to the pacing/length of the verbal section.

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