- Missed patterns
- Flawed logic
Today I had a closer look at the missed patterns. I found out, that if I take more time for a problem, I stop missing patterns. The price tag for this is twice the amount of time than the average solving time of other users for a problem. This means, that if I take my time, then sooner or later I will find all patterns that I used to miss. This implies that the missed pattern problem is actually a slow logic problem. Which I'm very glad to find out. All my failure is logical reasoning related.
Only once in every 25 problems (4% of the cases) I make an error that is due to bad logic.
I'm glad that both problems are related to logical reasoning. I will make an in depth study of the 4% flawed logic errors. What remains is 64% failure due to slow logical reasoning and 32% correct solved problems in time.
And so the key question remains: how to speed up logical reasoning? After 45 days consecutive error solving, I'm still no closer to an answer to that question. Yet in this case, my gut feeling tells me that it should be possible to find an answer and to improve accordingly.
|This one took me 41 years, and I still failed.|