Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
I would study in 2 hour blocks, only taking water breaks that were as brief as possible. Only allowed to think of learning the subject matter at hand, I treated this time block as a meditation. When my mind wondered, I redirected it to the task at hand. My minimum deep hours studied goal was 4 hours. Anything equal or greater than 4 hours was a successful study day. I would often get in 8 hours per day on that "retreat" of sorts. Even on weekends I would still crank out 2 hours per day. I passed all of the GED tests in just over a month. With most categories being in the top tier, and my being above the average in all subjects.
If I were to recommend a study protocol (which I would hesitate to do), I would recommend truly making to commitment to orient your life around your study time. This does not mean making unreasonable sacrifices. This means a slight modification in how and when you do what you already do. To make quality studying the path of least resistance.
Jackson from Texas
Couston Community College