I like to learn things from the ground up - the fundamentals, generalise the concepts, develop a strategy and attack. There are two thoughts going in my mind regarding developing my SC strategy. I have read Manhattan SC book thrice and solved first 100 problems of 0G12. However even after i am getting the right answers i am not sure of my approach/logic as i am in Critical Reasoning and RC questions.
1.) Should I go by the brute force route and solve problems after problem? However when i look at OG problems solutions, they don't show a standard approach of attack and the take - aways cannot be generalised. I have also heard that solving problem after problem will lead to saturation after a point.
2.) Another approach would be to refer to Sentence diagramming books such as "Doing Grammar
". This however involves a time commitment and i am not sure if i would ultimately able to apply the concepts to GMAT Problems.
It's easy to say you can't do it , you are not good enough. It's much harder to step in your shoes and achieve the improbable.