jayballer125

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Hi, i was wondering if i should spend my time studying first, then doing practice tests or study a bit and mainly do practice tests?? I feel like if i spend too much time studying, im going to forget most of the information and all will be a lost of time. Thanks!!
 

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i agree. i was "studying" certain topics for the past month and realized that i was getting far too caught up in details some time. Taking practice tests allows you to work on 1) speed 2) the computer format 3) and tests your knowledge of a diverse array of questions, which is WHAT THE TEST IS ALL ABOUT

ive been spending more time on practive tests and reviewing them and i have found that it is far more beneficial than traditional studying

good luck
 
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