Here are a couple tips. 1) Do at least some of your reading comprehension practice at the end of your studying sessions. This will help you battle fatigue come test day, as RC is where people tend to struggle the most with fatigue. 2) On CR problems, read the question stem PRIOR to reading the stimulus. This is a methodology that Veritas
teaches, and it is very effective. It allows you to make the most of your initial CR reading, and not have to reread the problem, thus saving you time. 3) On RC, spend no more than 90-120 seconds on your initial read through. You are only reading initially to be able to answer universal questions (primary purpose/tone/etc) and to get a feel for the passage. You will dive back into the passage for answers to detail type questions. 4) Time yourself and stick to 2 minutes on your CR questions.
I hope this helps!!!
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