You shouldn't do 7 exams in 2 weeks!
Take two exams. After the first, spend some serious time studying the results. What did you do well? Where did you have trouble? How was your timing? What do you need to work on over the next few days in order to do better?
When you're ready to apply all this, take another CAT. You should be able to state specifically why you're going to perform better on this exam. After this second exam, study again and determine what's most important to focus on going into the exam. Did you successfully improve the issues you noticed on the last test? If not, why not? If so, how do you make sure to repeat that success on the real test?
This kind of reflection and study requires time, so give yourself a few days before the real exam. Just doing a whole bunch of exams won't provide the same insight. If you feel you need to see more problems, use timed sets from the OG to strengthen content, timing, and strategy.
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