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    • I'm just wondering if anyone can provide tips on a study schedule. With around 4 weeks left to Oct, I still haven't broken the 160 barrier yet and it's really frustrating. I've been following the princeton review course but am just realising that the questions they use are all below PT 60... should I start moving on to PT 60 and above now? Do at least 1 timed section of LG/LR/RC everyday? I just liked how PR categorizes questions by type and I could drill those questions...  At this point I'm mainly struggling with advanced LG (as categorized by 7sage) and I'm still struggling on NA/SA questions (I would get like -10 on first go and around -8 to -3 during BR which is really annoying lol). RC I can get anything from -15 to -4 lol Any advice appreciated. For reference I wrote the Nov 2018 test and got a 156. highest timed write I've ever had is 158.    
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    • Hey guys! so unfortunately I was rejected to the schools I applied to for sept 2019 and will be re-applying. I am wondering if in my personal statement I should mention that I applied last year and what I have been doing since my last application that makes me different. Is it worth mentioning or would it be a red flag for admissions to read a personal statement that says I’ve already been rejected prior. Any info on this will help! Thanks guys!
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