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20 Aug 2008, 16:16
Hello everyone,
I am facing problem with Reading Comprehension. In order to improve my reading skills, I started reading news paper. But the type of passages in the newspaper do not resemble the type in GMAT. Could any one suggest the best way to improve my reading skills? Is there any web site where I can find the passages similar to the passages in GMAT?
Thanks,
bobby.

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20 Aug 2008, 16:25
I would suggest you to read the Economist or the New York Times (at least 20 minutes per day). Try to look for the author's tone, main idea and structure of the "passage".

bobbyreddy wrote:
Hello everyone,
I am facing problem with Reading Comprehension. In order to improve my reading skills, I started reading news paper. But the type of passages in the newspaper do not resemble the type in GMAT. Could any one suggest the best way to improve my reading skills? Is there any web site where I can find the passages similar to the passages in GMAT?
Thanks,
bobby.

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