I've decided to start taking self-study seriously, and stop just skimming books and putting them back.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is, for those who do work hard at self-study, how many problems in the tet do you do? All of them? Half? None?

I'd like to know what a reasonable amount is to set as a self goal, because if I say I'll only do problems until I feel comfortable, I know I'll just get lazy and wind up doing barely any.

So how do you guys handle this? Help me out PF!

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# How many problems should you do when teaching yourself?

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