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How to maximize the use of Error logs

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How to maximize the use of Error logs [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2018, 21:31
I have kept error logs of the question of each topic that i did wrong and alos why i did wrong and where was the lacuna in my logic or thinking. But i have noticed these error logs have increase so much to the point that i have like 20 to 30+ questions in each topic ( note i also did hard 700 difficulty gmat problems on each topic). Now how should i revise them , should i reattempt them ? Reattempting will take huge amount of time or should i just go through and sort of revise them ? Please help me as i know without revisiting error logs i will do same mistakes again as the error logs is for all the practice i did for quants in past 2-3 months.
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Re: How to maximize the use of Error logs [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2018, 00:47
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Usually students use the error log to redo the topics that seem to be the weakest. Say you have the most errors in Probability, then you would dedicate more time to probability problems. That's the basic use.

Rather than repeating the whole log you could consider resolving only questions that had the maximum amount of errors, this way you get the maximum value for the investment of time.Try just solving the top 10 error producing topics first.

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Re: How to maximize the use of Error logs [#permalink] New post 25 Nov 2018, 10:28
what if you can't find a pattern in these error logs? =[
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