To clarify that advice, ericj_williams, what we mean is that if we took away the rules as they were presented to you on the screen, written out in plain English, you should still be able to complete the questions by just looking at your diagram. It's not about memorizing the rules (although that certainly helps if you can do it accurately), but about memorializing
the rules with visual representations that are there on your scratch paper to work from. Don't memorize that P is before T, but write down P
T so you can see it clearly every time you need it!
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