Do we start doing daily dose of logic questions now?

should I be doing daily dose of logic questions now for IMAT 2023?

many thanks


Right now it’s a bit too early to start the daily dose, but you can do them now following Cole’s videos, then do them again 2-3 months before the exam as you will most likely forget the questions.

My suggestion is to focus on math and physics at this point, and start biology and chemistry in a few months, maybe even 5-6.



Hi ari

last year I was really good in biology though and not good in chemistry,maths and physics

Do you mean I should start learning biology and chemistry in february because there’s a lot to learn in biology and on your study planner its says we should study biology 1st then chemistry?

And If I were to start learning maths and physics now do you suggest I learn all topics from syllabus or just watch (khan academy) videos?

many thanks

Hey Ari! I actually already started with biology and chemistry a month ago - why is it better to actually start with math and physics and bio and chem only in several months?

@lllilach @esther1999

The main thing I noticed with my past student is exhaustion too early before the exam. Because biology and chemistry have less content to learn compared to physics and math, you both might reach a point where you repeat the same material over and over again, and might burn out before the actual exam.
Math and physics is a different topic because there is a lot to learn and many questions you can practice from, and so many different books, learning both from now and focusing on math and physics before biology and chemistry is a good idea if we consider the mental health and consistency of the students.
I highly suggest finding a healthy rhythm to review and study if you are going to study from now, because there is almost a year until the next exam.

Hope it makes sense!

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Makes total sense. Burnout is super real.

What is the best way to learn physics and math from? Khan videos? I have the CGP’s A-level books for both.

I personally suggest my students use the same books and materials they use in high school in their countries. Because it’s the same concepts all over the world, it’s more important to find a source that you like studying with than a source other people suggest:)

Hi ari
when should I be learning biology and chemistry?

in January or sth maybe?

because there’s a lot to learn in biology and chemistry and I’m not good at chemistry…

Esther Whitaker

Hi ari

How many hours per day do you advise us to study maths and physics for?

And should we be studying maths and physics at the same time?

Many thanks

I wouldn’t suggest learning math and physics at the same time as they are two different subjects, but learning Algebra before physics is crucial because there are many calculations in physics using Algebra.

How many hours is a bit hard to say and heavily depends on the student - what I always suggest doing is to time yourself and note down the time when your efficiency is starting to decrease, then taking a break and try to study the same amount of time for the next session. This way you can keep being efficient while not wasting precious time forcing yourself to study when your efficiency is lower.

At this point, 2-3 hours a day on average for both subjects (1-1.5 each) should be more than sufficient. No need to study more than that when the IMAT is 11 months away.

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Ok thanks

So that means I do november: maths and december: physics for example?

many thanks

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Sounds like a good plan! But keep me updated so I can give you a better feedback after you actually started!

Ok sure thanks ari :slight_smile:

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