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# Strategies to deal with Reading Comphrehension section

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04 Oct 2003, 00:29
Hi everyone.. I'm new here. I found myself lack in the RC part..
Do anyone has a effective way to deal with that kind of problem?

Now i'm practicing with Official Guide GMAT. No matter how long i spent in this section.. the result is the same.. for example..
everytime i do each paragraph.. i will get the correct answer around 3 or below from the total of 5-6.

I felt down and need help!..

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04 Oct 2003, 10:33
that happens to me too. Basicially what i try to do is look at why i got the question wrong understand that, and then i annotate the passages really thoroughly so I understand the passage, and then i start getting my answers right. Then when Im getting a lot of them right, ill write brief notes like a sentence every paragraph, and try to keep speeding up.

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# Strategies to deal with Reading Comphrehension section

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