What type of study schedule can you provide?
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Here's a sample of just one session, written up in the customized Study Plan I prepare for each student.
- Set goals:
- Arguments: 100% points on first 10 questions
- Games: 100% points on first 2 games
- Premise: Kangaroos have fur.
- Conclusion: Kangaroos love poptarts.
- Assumption: Furry animals love poptarts.
- Identified assumptions:
- Necessary: I have at least $20 to buy the notebook that costs $20.
- Sufficient: I have $40 to buy the notebook that costs $20. / I have exactly $20 to buy the notebook that costs $20.
- Began blind review (BR) process:
- Take test timed, circling any questions that aren’t 100% certain.
- Before checking answers, return to circled questions and solve, untimed, until 100% certain.
- Check answers and record all circled and/or incorrect questions in the revision sheet.
- Push yourself to engage fully with the questions and verbalize correct/incorrect reasoning.
- Worked through T56/S4/G1:
- Number-line ordering game, with combinable rules (LG/GL and G—K) and major chunks (L_J/J_L).
- Learned about orientation questions: a game’s first question, which usually builds off existing rules.
- Learned to save time by framing: plugging in questions on paper instead of doing mental work.
- BR: T56/S2 (4, 16, 20) & T56/S3 (16, 25)
- Arguments: Assumptions Walkthrough & Assumptions Drills
- Games: Ordering Drills & Diagramming Drills
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