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Seems like everytime I read the passage, I go blank & don't really understand what I just read.
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Seems like everytime I read the passage, I go blank & don't really understand what I just read.
Any tips???


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ok..anyone have any tips for grasping the longer cr passages?
they're filled with useless info.
i've read different theories on reading the entire passage or just the first and last para?

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Are you talking about CR or RC ?
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New post 04 Jun 2008, 10:18
I see what dinajane wanted to say. He/she means that after reading CR passage dinajane has no idea about what the author wanted to say or what question concerns... And dinajane wants to know about any useful technics/tricks to catch the meaning of the passage [after first reading I guess 8-) ].
from my personal exp sometimes I merely read the answers and understand some shadowed moments from them. But often i just understand the passage or not. in last case i guess and often do wrong. such a life, people.

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