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15 Feb 2004, 21:33
I am having the hardest with Reading Comprehension. Does anyone have any advice.
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16 Feb 2004, 01:01
wiseguy wrote:
I am having the hardest with Reading Comprehension. Does anyone have any advice.

Practice is the most effective solution...

Understanding the passage and making short notes as you read along will be a great help...

but keep practising

remember , there is a very good chance the first 10-15 questions might have a lot of reading comprehension...so if you dont get the initial RC's right...you might not get to the really hard questions in SC's and RC's.

even though i have taken my GMAT , i still read the WSJ daily for atleast half an hour...it keeps me in touch with the news and with good written english.

hope this helps
good luck
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Which resources did u use  [#permalink]

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18 Feb 2004, 14:52
Thanks for the advice praetorian, which sources did you use for the reading comprehension section.
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Re: Which resources did u use  [#permalink]

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18 Feb 2004, 18:45
wiseguy wrote:
Thanks for the advice praetorian, which sources did you use for the reading comprehension section.

OG is obviously the best.

then i bought the two LSAT books..and practiced a lot with the RC's in those.. Read some fiction books...some non fiction...i read the WSJ editorials a lot.

i am confident that if you do LSAT RC's , you will be much better prepared. and of course , you can take powerprep later and see how you do on the RC's there.

good luck
praetorian
Re: Which resources did u use &nbs [#permalink] 18 Feb 2004, 18:45
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