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Hi everyone,

Which strategy is better: studying first math or all verbal material or combining even if is in the same day both type of material. I have been study for 2 months although I have not done too well on the practice tests and now I am reviewing again all the material, including all the great tips on this forum and I was just wondering which strategy would be more effective.
Would you suggest me in finding the effective strategy or if you have any then please you share with me.
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New post 21 Oct 2008, 06:22
Once you have a good understanding of the fundamentals for both Quant and Verbal, try alternating your study sessions. I've found it helpful to reduce burnout and increase retention by balancing my study routine. I'm currently doing Verbal one day, Quant the next.

Of course, study strategies will need to be tailored to your specific needs. Study the subject(s) that will yield the best gains.
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