Thanks for the response baisap!.
Don’t necessairily need to apply in round 1, but reading articles like this, makes me think it’s a better idea http://poetsandquants.com/2012/06/21/he ... -expected/
I will at least try to apply 2-3 of my top schools in round 1 if possible.
I have spent time going over theory, I went through the Manhattan books
this past spring, but got unexpectedly busy and decided not to give the exam. I am going to spend as much possible time on it the next 3 weeks, would like to dedicate at least 5 hours/weekdays,10-12 hrs/weekends. All in all, would like to spend 100+ hours in the next 3 weeks.
What I am looking for is the best way to practice. I went through OG questions as suggested by the Manhattan books
, but now I am considering either going straight to practice exams and reviewing the answers, or going over all the questions in the OG13 book, than taking 3-4 exams after reviewing.
The majority of the strategy’s I read about, sounds like the priority is on familiarizing yourself with the exam as much as possible and take as many practice tests as you can to review. I don’t necessarily agree and want to rebuild the fundamental base again first but for the sake of time, I want to spend every minute as effectively as possible.
Again, appreciate any input you can provide.