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# Staying fresh with Quant while verbal prep?

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11 Mar 2017, 15:09
What is the best strategy? I made sure my quant was polished before I moved over to verbal. Due to this I found myself forgetting some of the niche problems (probability and coordinate geometry).
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12 Mar 2017, 01:35
praneet87 wrote:
What is the best strategy? I made sure my quant was polished before I moved over to verbal. Due to this I found myself forgetting some of the niche problems (probability and coordinate geometry).
Try to avoid these gaps as you get closer to your exam (I recommend a maximum of 3 days on any one thing). That will also help you avoid some of the boredom that results from doing only one thing.
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16 Mar 2017, 02:38
Hey Praneet,
This is a common problem that can occur when we spend too much time on any one thing. What's important is to break up your studies with refreshers from previous subjects. One day to do this is by taking practice tests every week or so - this will force you to use all of your knowledge. Another is to do a quick review of all of your previous studies before starting each new section: in order to so this, you're going to want to write short summaries of the important points and tips you learn as you go along.
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