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I was wondering what study habits some people are using/have used in the past that have worked. I purchased the Kaplan Schweser PremiumPlus package so I have the Schweser notes and the Qbank to do practice questions. Basically I wanted to see if you guys think it would be better to either A) read through all of the readings, take notes on what you feel necessary, and do the end of chapter concept checkers, then double back and essentially do endless practice questions for a couple of months before the exam or B) read through one reading at a time then go through the practice questions then double back and re-read through whatever you need to brush up on.
I think it would be best to go through all of the readings, get a general understanding of the concepts, terms, formulas, etc then crank out as many practice questions as humanly possible for the months leading up to the exam. I think option B would be very time consuming and would leave me with less time as test day approaches to go through the material in which I may need to brush up on.
Just wanted to hear everyone's thoughts and see what you guys are all doing as well. Thanks everyone