Section 4 is really tough, a qualitative leap in difficulty compared to the transitions at the first three levels. Some of the problems I felt I just didn't have a good conceptual grasp on the solution. I felt that there was no way I'd see those moves in real games. I had to develop a new technique to learn those problems. It helped a lot.
The technique seems very efficient. I'll give it a try. I think the core of your technique is that you try and burn the correct idea into the back of your mind. This would help tremendously for the tactics I overlook, like taking knight for rook instantly instead of looking for a way to win the rook completely. However, most of my mistakes are a result of A: not seeing the solution from start to finish, and B: not looking at the whole board.Thanks for the comment.
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