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Found 2 results

  1. Jessica

    Connecticut

    Any news from CT?
  2. Hello from northern California! Been lurking for a long time, I really appreciate all the great input PE test takers and test veterans have contributed. This is round 3 for me, but this time I'm WAY more serious about my efforts and revamped my whole game plan and trying to fill in the weak areas as best as I can and organize my references in the smartest way I know how. Here's a photo of my home away from home, in my home. My books and binders are all tabbed the same way: major disciplines tabbed in large print on the bottom (I find that top tabs aren't as efficient) and side tabs (top tabs only if necessary) for subtopics and major equations. I also annotated (in pen) different forms of the same equations in the borders (e.g. different versions of ideal gas, efficiencies, etc). 2018 is the year for us, good luck all!
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