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When you guys go through the CC, do you do all the problem sets in order?

Gunningfor121Gunningfor121 Alum Member
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For example, the necessary assumption section has 21 problem sets... Do you do all of these before moving on to the next section?

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  • keets993keets993 Alum Member 🍌
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    100% not. I generally did 2 or 3 of each type when I first finished it, depending on how many were available, and then moved on to the next section. I made sure to revisit the other problem sets as I progressed through the curriculum because everything is related and the difficulty level of the questions increases correspondingly with the problem set number. By the time I finished the core curriculum, I had only done about 1/3 of 1/2 of the problem sets depending on the problem sets. I don't think I did even 1/3 for something like NA or flaw... basically, go back and refresh and drill as you need to, you're going to be overwhelemd if you attempt to do everything upfront.

  • ebalde1234ebalde1234 Legacy Member
    905 karma

    I doubt anyone at the first go went through all of them .... lots and lots of time , plus if that wasn’t your weakness why do 30 sets of the same question? Obvs this doesn’t really apply for lg (you need max exsposure )

  • Return On InferenceReturn On Inference Alum Member
    497 karma

    I did all of them when I did the core curriculum.

    I would advise against it really -- I wished I had saved several problem sets from each area so that I could have used them as drilling materials after I started PTing.

  • ebalde1234ebalde1234 Legacy Member
    905 karma

    @"Return On Inference" said:
    I did all of them when I did the core curriculum.

    I would advise against it really -- I wished I had saved several problem sets from each area so that I could have used them as drilling materials after I started PTing.

    Lol the one time being semi not on top of it pays off ... I suspected I would need them for drilling types. If you use them all no problem. You’ll just have to dig around pts

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