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# I have been struggling with the RC Inference questions. They

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18 Jul 2008, 14:33
I have been struggling with the RC Inference questions. They are different from the ones in CR as CR has a limited scope and the sentences are clearly laid out. However, in RC, it is hard to first find the solution area and then infer. Any suggestions?

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18 Jul 2008, 18:45
balboa wrote:
I have been struggling with the RC Inference questions. They are different from the ones in CR as CR has a limited scope and the sentences are clearly laid out. However, in RC, it is hard to first find the solution area and then infer. Any suggestions?

For RC inference questions always use POE. If you are tuck between 2 choices ,ask yourself -"Is this really true?Is this what the author means" type of questions. If you recieve a "YES" or "NO" for an asnwer and it become eay to eliminate an answer choice.

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