Thanks for the welcome pal. For now I am assessing the damage that has gone on un-learning the basics in last 13 years. Before I pull my socks up and run... That said, I will enroll for GMAT exam on 17th Nov. I am expect to sit in the exam before 17 Feb.
I must admit this compulsion is highly intoxicating so I do trust OT of 2 hours a day. For now I must stick to this compulsion which has risen in me within last 72 hours. Nothing tells me that it will be abated anytime soon. God Bless in keeping me honest!
Today, I took the words from Fig
and went on to lay out a daily pattern for me:
1. CR 20
2. SC 20
3. RC (not done any today)
4. PS 20
5. DS 20
6. AWA (not done any today)
For now I have started with OG 11
to rebuild the stamina, with the hope that I will branch out on other material following the recommendations on this forum. Made notes on the types of errors that I made. I will dump that in an excel tomorrow morning first thing, as its nearing 3.00 AM. to start tracking my dumbness profile.
For the experts on this forum,
What do you recommend over the method to work on your daily error log?
Obviously the goal is to learn from the errors and its repititions...! Is to alternate practice and review the error log
the next day? I do think one needs to internalize the amount learnt from the mistakes. And my experience today was the looking at solution, and thinking that I know it already, doesnt guarantee me that I will not make the same mistake again. So what say you folks?
Some other things that I am aiming to work on:
1. Start regular work outs to contain the stress levels?
2. Lean down my web time?
3. Any other time tested formulas that I should bring in the high octane and mileage... do tell me folks.
What's the experience for people using cue cards in preparing for GMAT?