Friday, October 2, 2009

How many questions to solve?

While doing my GMAT preparation, I'm wondering how many questions should I solve every time?

My typical set ranges about 40 question, but I feel that this is not enough. From the other side, having other things to do, I can't do more then 40 questions and then go through answers at once. And if I'm going through answers later on, I already don't remember my reasoning for choosing a different answer.

In addition to my (almost) daily question sets, I'm spending about an hour-hour and a half of reading, usually something that can improve my English skills.

Do you have any thoughts on this to share? Thanks.

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