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13 Oct 2013, 09:56
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Hey all,

I'm currently taking a Princeton Review Online Course, and after taking a Practice Test, I was EXTREMELY disappointed. Instead of doing the homework assigned, I am going through all of the basics in each review book I received. I'm finding myself spending a bit of time on each practice question. With all that said, can you all please tell me (or guide me to another thread) about how long I should spend on each question for both the Quantitative and Verbal sections? Thank you.

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13 Oct 2013, 11:41
dlivits wrote:
Hey all,

I'm currently taking a Princeton Review Online Course, and after taking a Practice Test, I was EXTREMELY disappointed. Instead of doing the homework assigned, I am going through all of the basics in each review book I received. I'm finding myself spending a bit of time on each practice question. With all that said, can you all please tell me (or guide me to another thread) about how long I should spend on each question for both the Quantitative and Verbal sections? Thank you.

If i get your correctly, you mean that your spending extra time reviewing basics and practice question? If yes, its a nice thing, you must spend time learning basics and after taking a test you must spend time reviewing and understanding your errors.

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