I'm having trouble getting myself to sit still for more than 2-3 hours and doing more than 20-30 problems. With the test about 45 days away, I feel like I need to be doing more, I want to do more in fact, but I am hitting this barrier that I cant push through.
I'm not sure what others have done to get to 50 or 100 problems a day, with full review.
Has anyone faced problems of endurance during prep? If so what did you do to overcome those difficulties
Thanks in advance
It is not crucial to do 50-100 tests a day, as a matter of fact it is more important to concentrate on your weak areas rather than increasing the number of problems a day. well you have 45 days to the exam. how many CATs have you taken?
It is considerably significant to take CAT exams in order to put yourself in similar pressure like the exam date and find out in which parts you still need to work and practice.
So, I recommend to take CAT exams first and after that do problems based on your weak points and don`t forget there is no standard in this way, it differs from person to person. for example if your current score is near your goal, studying about 2-3 hours is enough,however if you are far-off you should devote as much time as possible to approach your intended score.
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