I agree. I've found it to be a process very much like peeling an onion. There is a great deal of information in the course. Despite their best efforts in organizing the course, there were pieces that I was just not ready for while going through it the first time. As my confidence grows and my experience increases, new bits of information become useful. Things that I didn't understand or that I rejected on earlier go-rounds begin to fit into the puzzle.
Additionally, I was trying to do it while PR'ing a book or two a week. That wasn't a very helpful way to approach it. I've noticed a vast improvement since I began PR'ing 2-3 books/day.
Originally posted by Michael Saikali:
One of the first responses I had when I had to 'revisit' doing the PR course over again was the time commitment. It was like having to do grade 4 all over again ... which by the way I did!
The suggestion to go thru course at least a second time if not many more is sound advice.
My experience has been that I was able to pick up much more inforation the second time round as I knew in a general sense what to expect and was relaxed more.
If I could give only one piece of advice ... it would be to revisit the course and plain have fun!