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Noitaraperp, I read that and I've tried doing that but it hasn't proved to be very successful yet. Is it just a matter of practice, then?
I ended up trying this method, and felt after I reached a line reference, answered the question and went back to reading, my focus was not there and I was having trouble. for instance there were about 3 line reference questions and after each one I ended up going back and reading the passage again because I was lost and confused. Is this a beginner thing that I will eventually get used to?
how long did it take you to reach the perfect score and how much did you study each day? Also, how many vocabs do you recommend on memorizing daily? Did you study all three sections (reading, writing, and math) all each day or just one everday? I studied and took two practice tests which resulted with no improvement from the first.... Just how exactly did you do it?
orange peel wrote:
about bubbling in per page: isnt it just as likely you'll mess up bubbling in this way? especially when youre in a rush near the end. plus youll have to switch to bubbling per question when time gets short which throws you off because of inconsistency.
this is all just speculation (ive only tried it a couple times). just curious before i try it out
also, do u do this for Math and WR sections too?