RC Peparation : GMAT Reading Comprehension (RC)
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# RC Peparation

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12 Jun 2008, 09:31
Hello everybody,
I've been preparing for the GMAT since last few weeks. I've already finished OG11 RC but not confident. Can anybody suggest right approach to tackle RC? I've already wasted a lot of time but of no use.
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12 Jun 2008, 23:45
What makes you feel diffident about RC? Practice is really the only key there. I found the tips provided by Princeton and Kaplan useful for tackling RC
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13 Jun 2008, 06:06
Hello Vinodrv,
Even i agree that practice is the key, the only thing which makes me diffident is not getting the answers right.
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22 Jun 2008, 06:34
Druggy wrote:
Hello Vinodrv,
Even i agree that practice is the key, the only thing which makes me diffident is not getting the answers right.

Hmmm, thats a tough one ! Perhaps you are conscious of the time you take to read the passages. Until you start getting answers right, try not to bother about the time and re-read every passage a few times. Practicing this way might help you speed up your reading and focus on keywords.
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