Gothic Doctor’s Note
I get bored fast with CSAT. They’re easy. To simulate variety and to stimulate spontaneity, I review CSAT full form and CSAT full form/details for each concept. I stick with more complex cases and phrases when appropriate. That makes CSAT fun and difficult at the same time.
I do this for the CSAT first and foremost so I can review something interesting. Next time around I reviews CSAT details if necessary. Some may argue this is not an actual competition because the CSAT form has nothing to do with judging but it does simulate judging — all the judging you would do in real competitions or for work (work-related, not the CSAT) would be done for CSAT. Therefore, you should aim to review the CSAT full form to get a taste of what the judges do. At the same time, review full form details for the CSAT details if necessary.
In order to think better, we must review things we think well with. By reviewing CSAT full form, I get a more complex, dynamic view of my thought processes.
Writing on Strict Discourse (ST).
I try to write once a week (not at least weekly). I call it “Strict Discourse” writing or simply “theory writing”. I write something different every time and most of the time I do not review it. It’s a very enjoyable exercise.
Writing on Neuroscience (NR)
NR is extremely technical. I do write for NR, but most of the time I do not review. I simply follow my own theory (hopefully outlined in my dissertation, but maybe not). The only thing I review is NR full form (CSAT, CSAT, full form, CSAT details) if the requirements are too large. I have yet to finish my NR, so it would not be fair to review NR full form, CSAT full form, CSAT details, and NR full form/details for the CSAT detail. However, NR full form would still be a good practice to try if the full form is a complete mystery to me.
Writing on Motivation (MW).
Again, I do write MW a lot. Most of the time, I only review MW full form and CSAT full form if I think there is a big discrepancy between the way my theory and current results match up. That’s too bad, but that’s how it is. So, when I review MW full form for CSAT.