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Error Logs - What to do vs what not to do?

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Error Logs - What to do vs what not to do?  [#permalink]

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New post 03 Oct 2018, 18:02
Hi All,

I have been doing some research and found that a lot of people mention keeping an error log during studying is one of the most important things. I am a little confused though - am I supposed to record every single problem I do (right or wrong)? Wouldn't this get incredibly excessive especially when I am doing 30 - 50 problems in one sitting? Also, I get that keeping the log is important, but how do you actually put it into use?

Any tips are welcome!

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Hi tmunshi,

Usually error logs are used to easily see what topics you are struggling with and fix weaknesses in those topics. So, you want to make a point of frequently updating your error log. For instance, let’s say you review your Number Properties questions, and after reviewing/redoing what you’ve answered incorrectly, you feel that you have a better grasp of Number Properties. At that point, you’d remove the incorrect questions from your error log, right?

That being said, you bring up a very important point. Creating and maintaining an “old-fashioned” error log can be incredibly time-consuming. To save yourself from wasting unnecessary time and energy, consider using a self-study course that tracks your stats and provides a personalized error log with detailed analytics.

You also may find my article with more information regarding
how to score a 700+ on the GMAT helpful.

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