A man needs to walk on only one road at a time. But at all times needs to ascertain himself of the route to his final destination.
You will only find out whether you were walking on the right road or whether more roads needed to be taken on reaching your final destination... or after failing to reach it...
And I thought I used to write in hyperbole! Let me extend this metaphor coz its too tempting to pass up!!
Lesson 1: Choose the right road
Each one have a road thats right for us. Some do only mocks, some prep from September, some from LKG and some don't prep at all. The right road is the road thats uniquely right for you.
Lesson 2: Read the Signs
You don't have the luxury of figuring out if you were on the right road before you reach your destination. Change the road if you have to.
Lesson 3: Refuell periodically
Mocks are nodes in the network of CAT prep, refuelling stations that help us figure out where we are and how to get to where we want to be. Refuell as often as needed, and re-orient as much as needed.
Lesson 4: Don't drive long - drive smart
Prep must be oriented towards getting to the destination in the most optimal manner. Working out the same material many times may be better than new material all the time.