Thanks for your post
I did this and scored high - especially in SC. First I learnt what a subject is, what an object is and what verbs are etc. Then for every single sentence in every single prep book, I tried first to identify what is a subject, what is a verb. Then I rewrote complex sentences like this -
" In retrospect, the team and their manager did this and that to make this friggin sentence complex".
I wrote as " In retrospect, A (team is singular) and their B did X to do Y".
Interesting, it widely reduces the size of sentences. I will try it. It can be very usefull on some kind of SC
. Sometimes, the structure of sentence and plural/singular elements are so confuised. This strategy can definetily clarify all
Thus broken down, I could see through the mistake easily. It was painstaking but it paid off. I got 42 in verbal and I am happy about it.
... It's a very good score. It would be very very nice if I had even 36. Thus 42, I let u imagine
I hate RCs. But then took notes (like princeton advices). Even during the main exam. So that helped too.
... I also notice that notes are crucial to strenghen my comprehension on passage and some specific content
Well, standard test book strategies work. But someone suggested using "equatuons" here. Like "Because of X, Y happened" etc. Maybe that will help.
Yes.... Back to Math logics could be helpfull. It's not so far from your SC method.
Yesterday, I encountered some sort of increases / decreases CR questions. I applied strategies as I do on Q. It clarfied a lot the situation.
BTW, since you are from FRANCE, how is INSEAD?
Sorry, I didn't collect infos about it: it seems to be out of range
. Unfortunately, I stayed too much inside the very very specific french educationnal system. I plan to enter in HEC that is with my english level and my hopped scores already a big challenge
could complete my lack of knowledge here
I hope he will read this topic and answer baack