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Re: It is well known that biological changes at the molecular level have [#permalink]
That's nice weirdcoffeeperson. Any tips you may give please? I struggle with RC's (I got 3/8 in 18 minutes)- It's been 3 months I have been reading a lot and practicing 3-4 RC's every day, and now I have started to lose confidence and I feel like giving up. Maybe GMAT isn't for me. :(

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Got all correct in 9:42.
Though a pre-read intimidated me at first, I found the questions to be really easy and option elimination a breeze.
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Sajjad1994, can you share the Official Explanation for question 8 as and when possible? Thank you.

Pankaj0901,

You can refer to this article : https://blog.targettestprep.com/gmat-re ... sion-tips/ .
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Pankaj0901 wrote:
That's nice weirdcoffeeperson. Any tips you may give please? I struggle with RC's (I got 3/8 in 18 minutes)- It's been 3 months I have been reading a lot and practicing 3-4 RC's every day, and now I have started to lose confidence and I feel like giving up. Maybe GMAT isn't for me. :(

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Got all correct in 9:42.
Though a pre-read intimidated me at first, I found the questions to be really easy and option elimination a breeze.



Hey

Just don't give up. I had been in your shoes, just trust yourself and practice. The trick here is that Read Slow (initially), Don't panic & try to understand, be very critical about every answer choice (I mean you need to verify every word in Answer choice).

GMAT Club has a ton of passages. Use this link and go from Medium to Hard in each type of RC. Also RC is just a skill you can develop and any new skill can be learnt in 21 days apparently. However, don't go about solving 10-12 passages a day. Solve one passage from each type and may be try to answer a few queries that people ask in the forum about the passage.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/reading-comp ... 29341.html

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Regarding Q5, the passage says "But in most cases, the behavior of cells in the intact embryo is difficult to study because of the thickness and opacity of the cell masses."

The exception is the sea urchin embryo, ok. But option A refers to any "intact developing embryo", not the sea urchin specifically, thus I eliminated this option.

Doesn't it make any sense?

Thank you all!
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Hello Sajjad1994

Can you share the OE for Question 7 please?
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