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Blind Review Question

rasaluja1rasaluja1 Alum Member
edited August 2014 in General 57 karma
Suppose you chose A, then chose B during blind review and it turns out the answer choice was C. How do you guys approach this situation? These are the questions JY claims we don't understand and are a good candidate to skip. I'm curious to know folks personal approach (e.g., flash cards, discussion, tutor, etc.).


  • OZzzzzzzzOZzzzzzzz Alum Member
    16 karma
    Did he really say to skip them? I mean, I personally just try my best to understand them. Once I think I do understand them, I then save them, mix them up with other questions I had trouble with and try to attack them again at a later date. *shrugs*
  • nick0123nick0123 Alum Member
    edited August 2014 2 karma

    ^He doesn't say to skip them completely, but rather that they would be candidates for skipping (for time-saving purposes) while writing a timed test. Presumably you would come back to them when you're done the rest of the q's in the section. I think during practice you should try to understand them thoroughly, posting about them etc.

    Hope this helps!
  • turnercmturnercm Alum Member 🍌
    770 karma
    from above, "cut it out, keep it in your pocket, and review the question every so often" is JYs suggestion :D
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