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SC help..anyone have a good System of attack?

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Hi everyone...i have been "lurking" on this forum for the last 2 months and i finally decided to post a question. :) Anyhow, i have studied the Manhattan SC guide along with several other SC documents such as Spideys notes. So far my hit rate has jumped from about 30% to 65-70%. What i am noticing is that I lack a systematic method to attack a passage. Can anyone share a good strategy on how to do so? Right now i basically make a grid, mark off choices that sound incorrect, or have an obvious mistake and analyze the remaining. This usually leaves 2 or 3 choices, and i seem to lack a systematic means to analyze the remaining. Any help would be appreciated.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Feb 2007, 06:55
One of the general tips that is given in most of the books that I have found to be most helpful is to look at all the answers and see where they are different. If 3 of the choices begin with one word and the other 2 begin with a different word, then you can narrow your choices down right away. Usually then there is a glaring error later in one of the choices left and you can narrow it down further.
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