Poll: skeletal sketch / headline list / summarizing : GMAT Reading Comprehension (RC)
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# Poll: skeletal sketch / headline list / summarizing

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30 Jun 2010, 22:22
I've tried searching around the forum, but noticed we don't have a poll on this.

I was wondering how many of us in this community write out a quick summary (skeletal sketch, headline list, short notes, etc.) when doing RC problems.

I've been doing this for at least 10+ passages, and realized that this process isn't much help to me. I rather focus 100% of my concentration on organizing my thoughts in my head. I think overall (at least for me), writing a short summary distracts me and takes away my precious time.

So count me as a "No" for doing a skeletal sketch.
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Poll: skeletal sketch / headline list / summarizing   [#permalink] 30 Jun 2010, 22:22
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