I'm guessing you are from Quebec? Anyways reading from what you have wrote I think CR might be especially challenging, it might be necessary for you to purchase some additional guides (maybe there are some good guides on GMATCLUB, I personally have no examine them). One source I would recommend is Powerscore's Critical Reasoning Bible, which is adopted from the Logical Reasoning Bible (for the LSAT). Although some of the concepts may seem foreign at first, stay with it and I'm sure things will be more clear.
For reading comprehension, try reading the Economist
and Time magazine, but instead of just reading for plot think about how the article was written, what was the point of the article. Remember to succeeding in RC does NOT require you to memorize every detail.
hey, yes im from mtl- Quebec
actually, i have more prob with RC than CR...I dont think that I'm fast enough in reading texts. I also have prob focusing on what Im reading when it's a long text.
ill check the resources and guides offered by GMATCLUB
thanks for your help!
thanks for your help and Ill check the r