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Hi Team,

I am currently learning the Quant concepts using the Quant online course. Significantly I am able to improve in quant, as in I am able to solve the questions correctly but in some questions I tend to consume more than 3 minutes or more. Same is in the case when I am solving QG or OR. Currently I am not timing since I was never good in Quant but I can see the improvement. Should I continue to solve this way or should I start timing it since the timer adds a bit pressure when I am solving any question. Any advise or any approach I should follow?

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toberoi wrote:
Hi Team,

I am currently learning the Quant concepts using the Quant online course. Significantly I am able to improve in quant, as in I am able to solve the questions correctly but in some questions I tend to consume more than 3 minutes or more. Same is in the case when I am solving QG or OR. Currently I am not timing since I was never good in Quant but I can see the improvement. Should I continue to solve this way or should I start timing it since the timer adds a bit pressure when I am solving any question. Any advise or any approach I should follow?

Thanks


Hi toberoi,

Here are to ways you can time yourself (See attachment). I like the second one as it helps in following ways:

#1. You do not feel restricted to be at a particular question number. sometimes you get consecutive tough questions that may take more than 2 min to be solved.
#2. You look up at watch less number of time.
#3. Less chances of anxiety because of both #1 & #2.
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