it was a paper test,the one that is in the gmat kaplan
the problem is that when i get a question wrong and look at the solution i am forced to drill it in my head even if it makes no sense at all.i mean once one has a mental picture in the mind of how a particular problem should be tackled ,sometimes another solution specially in the verbal section is difficult to understand.
It is not good to "drill it in your head" and not understand a problem. The understanding of the problem gives you a new skill that you can apply to other problems (as well as life).
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