trozman said:I guess I'm the.. uhh.. softcore?.. version of Williams.
Every week: 2 exams days, 3 practice test half-days (volunteer on 2 of those days, 3rd is "break day"), 2 review days.
go lakers said:i'm planning the same thing. do you think it might be counterproductive taking that many?
M bhai MBBS said:my Game Plan:
By End of this week (7/29) -- Finish All the lectures in EK BOOKS ( only one or two left) and Review the lectures that i m weak in also finish the 1001 since i m up to date with that.
Starting July 31st till Aug 15th -- Take 1 exam Every Other Day or Every Third Day. In between i will review the answers, look up my weak spots maybe do extra reading on them.
I hope this Game plan works. Let me know what you guys think. and yeah of course this game plan has Many Energy Drinks (Full Throttle) in it.
EBI831 said:i work full time an hour from home so it's 6:30-6:30. so i plan on listening to audio osmosis on the way and getting through the tapes at least 2 more times, and
Mon: do a PS full length section after work; during work read physics for 2 hrs
Tues: do 60 EK 1001 phys problems and kaplan high yield, and do a topical test in physics
Wed: do a BS full length section after work; during work read medical physiology textbook(by the end of day read 100 pages)
Thurs: do 60 EK 1001 phys problems; do a topical test in orgo
Fri: do a verbal reasoning full length after work; during work read chem or organic chem
Sat: full length( 2 sections(phys and bio) and pause to grade and read answers in between)
Sun: type up all the notes and go over all the notes i've made that week(i have like 20 pages of notes on little hints and tricks/curveballs on the test that i've made from answers to FL and from Kap/EK
Starting August 4: full length every 3 days, and at least a sectional test(full timing etc) a day(can use kaplan topicals for this or do two 30 min EKs)
AND COME TEST DAY I THINK I SHOULD BE GOLDEN. SO FAR SO GOOD