[QUOTE=Hawespiper5;126835]Well 15 minutes after my previous post I realized theres no way my plan is realistic.
I’ve tried out and will go with the following plan (for at least the next 15 minutes);
Review the question as soon as I realize I don’t know it at all review the answer and move on. I’ll see it again in the wrong answer section. If I possibly know the answer I’ll review all answers and see if I get it right. This way I will go through 2,000 question per module then 40 percent (guesstimate) of them in the wrong answer review.
Also, very realistic is I take the advice of a mate I work with that did a ton of Lapware tests and passed all the 70’s no problem, first try.
Still want to know how you’all are goin about it.
You are making this too complicated, scattering your efforts, and wasting time.
First, use training mode to do all of the rules of the road questions. Do at least 100 questions a day if you are at sea, and a least 500 questions per day. If you are ashore. Just do rules of the road. By the time you have done all the questions you should be getting 95 percent right. Then do a simulated rules of the road exam every day. Do it fast 100 questions in about half an hour without over thinking it. Learn the rules of the road cold before you start on anything else. You should be getting high 90s on all the rules of the road exams. This will give you confidence.
Now you are ready to move on to the next sections. If you have a decent general knowledge of the topics the 70 percent sections are pretty easy. If you lack general knowledge they could seem difficult. If you have not taken The STCW courses yet, take them first to learn the background. Pick one of the 70 percent sections and kill it. Then move on to the next one.
Very few people can teach themselves T-Nav and celestial. You need to know those topics pretty well before Lapware can help you. Most people need to go to a formal school for these topics.