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# I had only the OG 10 & 11 th edition. Now I practiced

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27 Feb 2007, 00:37
I had only the OG 10 & 11 th edition. Now I practiced them all. I think those source are not enough for me since I still cannt improve my score in this part.

Could you please recommend the good source for practicing RC?

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27 Feb 2007, 07:56
OG is a pretty good source for RC. I would step back and look at what strategies you are using to attack the problems. Maybe pick up the Kaplan or PR books and review their strategies.
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27 Feb 2007, 08:05
Kaplan and Princeton Review may offer some good strategies for you in tackling RC. I think the strategy one uses is very specific to their strengths/weaknesses in reading and comprehending quickly. You will find that some strategies dont work for you and others do. There is no one answer on that. Check out some of the stickies on this forum, ones that come to mind are Rhyme's post in the GMAT forum and IHATETHEGMAT had some good advice somewhere on strategies for RC.

The one thing you will need is PRACTICE. Do a lot of practice and keep track of which types of Qs you struggle with. It gets easier. Use the 1000 verbal question series for practice, I believe theyare posted in this forum.

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