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noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
edited December 2021 in General 3481 karma

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  • NamritaktNamritakt Member
    175 karma

    Congratulations on the amazing score!

  • PROMISED LANDPROMISED LAND Member
    340 karma

    Wow Congrats! That's amazing!

  • J.Y. PingJ.Y. Ping Administrator Instructor
    14162 karma

    @noonawoon Congratulations and thank you for giving back with your advice!

  • whatsmynamewhatsmyname Member
    606 karma

    Congrats, could you give more input on your study process?

    Did you spend time drilling by question types?

    How did you acclimate to performing quickly on LGs?

  • noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
    edited December 2021 3481 karma

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  • avoro002avoro002 Alum Member
    336 karma

    @noonawoon thanks for sharing your study schedule. So helpful to see what other people are doing after they are done with CC.

  • noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
    edited December 2021 3481 karma

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  • Cookie MoonCookie Moon Member
    264 karma

    This schedule is very helpful! When do you review the PT? Also, do you review all questions or just the question you missed? Thank you!

    @noonawoon said:
    @whatsmyname

    Hey sorry for the delayed response. I have been studying since around Sept 2019 (I had briefly "studied" by reviewing a PowerScore book and taking a diagnostic a couple of years before that but don't really count it).

    Sept 2019 - Nov 2019 = CC
    Dec 2019 - June 2020 = PT and drills

    I started drilling LG as soon as I finished CC. I would do 5, 10, 15, etc a day until I finished all of the PT 1-35 games. I would also revisit the 1-35 games for foolpoofing and revisit any game I had already taken in a PT.

    Before March/corona, I could usually only do one PT a week (Saturday) because I work full-time. After corona and being able to work from home, I was able to switch to PT on Saturday and PT on Wednesday before work because I wouldn't need time in the morning to commute or really get ready for work.

    So that schedule would look like:

    Saturday: PT 1
    Sunday: BR
    Monday: drills (either timed sections or individual games and individual passages)
    Tuesdays: drills & maybe revisit things from the Saturday PT
    Wednesday: PT 2
    Thursday: BR
    Friday: drills

  • noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
    edited December 2021 3481 karma

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  • hopefullinghopefulling Member
    edited July 2020 905 karma

    Congrats on your score!
    Thank you for posting your schedule info: I'm excited to finish the CC (which will be a few more weeks from now ... so not there yet :wink: ), to dive into the PTs and foolproofing. I've tentatively scheduled two PTs a week (to avoid burnout) and I love your incorporation of drills / foolproofing around those two tests. Your post is both inspiring and a great reminder that the 'slow and steady' approach works wonders. Thank you for sharing!!

  • whatsmynamewhatsmyname Member
    606 karma

    Thanks for sharing!

  • 425 karma

    This is amazing!! You should be so proud of yourself! Congratulations! 🎉

  • lsat_suslsat_sus Core Member
    1417 karma

    와~~ 진짜 대박이시다..
    넘~ 축하 드려요~~!

  • Hopeful9812Hopeful9812 Member
    872 karma

    Congratulations!!

  • ConstantineConstantine Member
    1329 karma

    Congratulations!

  • emsjkemsjkemsjkemsjk Core Member
    41 karma

    @growth_mindset said:
    와~~ 진짜 대박이시다..
    넘~ 축하 드려요~~!

    오 한국인! 반가워요~!

  • lsat_suslsat_sus Core Member
    1417 karma

    @emmgosjk ㅋㅋㅋ 반가워요!!

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