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I have less than a week left and I want to focus on my 2 problem areas SC and DS. SC I can get 75-80% hit rate on 1000 SC but I can't get over that hump. What is the best approach when looking at a problem and identifying issues? I feel the basics are covered, but meaning and seperating the diff parts out, and hard modifying questions hurt me.
Also DS, how do you keep track of all the different scenarios on paper? Does anyone have a good method for tracking? I find myself doing a lot of manipulation in my head and during the test things get confusing or mixed up and I can't keep track of everything. However when I try paper solutions things also get confusing on paper! Anyone have a good strategy in DS to keep track of situations?
For DS do cover statements 1 by 1 and do not combine them until and unless you are finished with each statement individually. Combining statements before hand will result in un-necessary calculation as well as wrong result.