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I have read alot of posts about how we should take notes,

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I have read alot of posts about how we should take notes, simplify the paras , read it as a story, first and last lines are the most important,
summarize each para into 2-3 lines, be active in reading and don't miss out important indicators like But, However, read the questions first to get a feel for the passage etc..


Can someone just tell me which one strategy which is simple to use that will help me get to the right answer. There are too many strategies and too much info...but time is short when you are doing the passages.....


I just need that one method or two methods to crack the RC. Whoever can help me out kudos to you!

Thanks !!
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I have read alot of posts about how we should take notes, simplify the paras , read it as a story, first and last lines are the most important,
summarize each para into 2-3 lines, be active in reading and don't miss out important indicators like But, However, read the questions first to get a feel for the passage etc..


Can someone just tell me which one strategy which is simple to use that will help me get to the right answer. There are too many strategies and too much info...but time is short when you are doing the passages.....


I just need that one method or two methods to crack the RC. Whoever can help me out kudos to you!

Thanks !!



I liked these videos -http://www.gmatprepnow.com/module/gmat-reading-comprehension
if u have read all the strategies (as u have mentioned on ur post),and got a full understanding of what to do, then u can easily apply ur knowledge to beat the RC.
have doubts that there is a unique strategy, which could be applied to every answer options of the RC. if it were so simple, ppl would not have spent so much time and effort on the gmat preparation :)
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Thank you!
I will go thorough these videos also.
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Any other answers are also welcomed!

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the best way to be ok with the RC is to love texts that u read :) I know it sounds crazy,but it works :) after reading the 1st sentence, make urself believe, that u r very curious about all this stuff and really got interested what is going on :) be optimistic, force urself to fall in love and be the part of a RC story :)
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