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I was thinking about practicing with untimed practice sections during the weekdays ( to really get a feel for the question types) and full length timed practice tests on the weekends ( to stimulate actual test conditions and gauge progress). For every incorrect question, I will cut it out and glue it into a notebook. I will consistently examine this notebook and use to learn from my mistakes and recognize and fix my common errors. Does this sound like a good plan? Do you have any other suggestions?