>>7768452 What do you want people to say? There's been literally mountains of studies on how to properly review. Listen, read, do practice work/tests, covers all your "types of learning". Teaching to others is also effective way to learn. Space your studying over a period of time. Nutrition, exercise, quietness. Flash cards apparently also work quite well.
real advice from a guy that scored a 35 and still didn't get in: if you can get over a 30 it doesn't really matter whether you score more or not, but the rest of your application need to be spot on and you can't be an autist and bumble your way through the essay questions like how I did (and you especially can't spill spaghetti during the interview)_
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