To do this properly -- which, of course, very
few people ever really do -- means doing EVERY SINGLE ONE of the
existing real exams (there are 43 of them as of this writing in
Spring 2004) TWICE, and re-viewing at least some parts of some Lessons
a second, or even a third time. And, to review each exam thoroughly
means 2.5 hours to TAKE the exam -- and three times as much
to go over it with the proverbial fine-toothed comb.
It's a testament to the effectiveness of the training program that
average increases are as high as they are -- since we count EVERYONE
who merely fulfills the MINIMUM Course requirements (less than six
hours per week of outside work). If we counted only the ones who
did it FULLY, average increases would very likely be over 14 points...