Are you using anything else with it? (e.g. the ninja notes)
I switched from Becker (though it was live classes - fast pass) to Yaeger. I just let the lecture run, taking some small notes during the lectures, then go through the MCQ that they go over at the end of each sub-section. After each module or chapter is over, I kind of review those questions, but it's usually pretty quick. Then after I've gotten through each module, I'll go back over the MCQ's in the book. I'll also start writing out the NINJA notes (if you don't have them, then I'd recommend writing A LOT of notes during the lectures or after if it's easier to write without the lecture going). After I cover most of the questions in the book, I start doing testlests from the testbank (wiley). I usually do a few of ALL topics, then see where I'm weak and go back and focus on those areas.
I actually like that Yaeger goes over sims and mcq's with you in the lecture. They do go overboard a bit in some sections but all in all, it's much better than Becker just saying, here work these 5 problems and we'll get back to the book after you're done. That above study-guide worked for me for BEC, still waiting on AUD and I've got 2 more coming up. If I had more time (I really can't move any of these sections back, my NTS expires in April), I would probably do more MCQ's after each module - i.e., after module 2, I'd do questions from 1 and 2 to stay fresh, after 3, questions from 1-3. It all depends on your schedule and how much time you have.
Starting all over.
FAR - 11/27/13
AUD - 1/4/14