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# How to Effectively Study when you have no more official questions left

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How to Effectively Study when you have no more official questions left  [#permalink]

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24 Oct 2017, 14:17
I need tips on how to study effectively if I've exhausted all "new" official questions for verbal.

I don't want to use too many third party questions as I've discovered they just don't feel the same as the real thing.
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24 Oct 2017, 16:32
Hi,

Does this mean you have exhausted Exam Pack 1 & 2 (by repeating the tests so that all questions have been attempted)?
What about Official question packs? and practice tests?
All the above are official materials.
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25 Oct 2017, 08:08
tonyjyoo wrote:
I need tips on how to study effectively if I've exhausted all "new" official questions for verbal.

I don't want to use too many third party questions as I've discovered they just don't feel the same as the real thing.
That's a tough position to be in. Have you analyzed each question thoroughly? Just solving questions is not all that useful.
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# How to Effectively Study when you have no more official questions left

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