At age of 20, I already knew my mental strengths. Everybody should know this once they graduated college. I knew I'm naturally good at math and logic, specifically algebra and word problems. I also know I'm good at sentence construction. So after looking at the reviewer, I evaluated myself. There was a big chance I could pass the exam based on my strengths. I also knew I have a weakness with memorization of laws and difficult word analogies.
What I did was I didn't bother with my weaknesses first but focused on my strength because I know this is the only way I could slightly enjoy a very difficult exam and would be my only ALAS in passing it. I practiced word problems so I could solve it faster and accurately. I did some word constructions problems. And lastly, practiced word analogies to prepare for the whole exam because I also know that this would be the reason I could fail the exam.
1. You need to know more than half of the exam coverage to have a chance on passing the exam. If you know your weaknesses are about half of the coverage, then you have to study-harder and faster.. Double-time..
2. Focus first on what is easy for you.
3. I would recommend prioritizing on practicing the MATH problems as this would take time.
4. The exam will be very difficult, even those who came on top would say that.