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Retaining what you learned

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by You, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. You

    You Carpe Diem!
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    How do you guys retain what you learned on those questions that you missed? Do you read it again every day or make notes somewhere and re test them sometime later or within several hours?
     
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    After each practice I write down the questions i missed or even the ones i got right but i wasnt 100% sure.Then I go over them right after the test. And then after a couple of days, I go over those questions again. If i dont remember some of them, I write THOSE questions down. And do the same. Of course, you should understand the underlying concepts so you are able to do similiar problems of the same concept.
     
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    I see. You do them again, TIME or UNTIME?
     
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    well i do only the ones i get wrong.. so i dont time them
     
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