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# doing old question is suicide?

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doing old question is suicide?  [#permalink]

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24 Mar 2018, 17:59
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because SC test meaning and logic, if we do old questions, the questions we do before, we can not practice ability to realize meaning and logic on original choice and so, we loose ability to realize logic. this will harm us.

is that right?

to maintain our ability to justify meaning and logic, we need regularly do new questioins.
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Re: doing old question is suicide?  [#permalink]

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24 Mar 2018, 23:16
thangvietnam wrote:
because SC test meaning and logic, if we do old questions, the questions we do before, we can not practice ability to realize meaning and logic on original choice and so, we loose ability to realize logic. this will harm us.

is that right?

to maintain our ability to justify meaning and logic, we need regularly do new questioins.

in my opinion not necessarily...for instance you can go back to old question after a while and totally forget the right answer so you will encounter it in similar conditions as it first time...although you may recognize the question or paragraph in RC you will be in good position to exercise if you dint remember the answer...also some of the CAT exams allow you to attack the same question again before you see the explanation, so you just see the result, have you been correct or not, but not the right answer immediately...so if you have been wrong you can try to solve it again before you see detailed explanation
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