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# Study Plan for CR & RC

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05 Dec 2017, 03:36
Hi Guys,

I am Chandra Kant Mundra, non native English candidate. I am self studying with help of Manhattan prep modules. I have done with SC. As I am non native candidate I started with Foundation of Verbal and it was helpful to brush up. Now I want to start either CR or RC. I want to know should I start with Foundation of Verbal or I should start directly with main book of Manhattan prep.

My point is, for SC I can understand that it is basic and taught all over the world. So better we brush up being non native. In case of CR and RC, I dont think it taught in world being Native or non Native. Considering this it remain same for all. Please correct me if I am heading wrong and suggest where to start.

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05 Dec 2017, 11:22
In a way you are right. There's nothing more in terms of theory that you can teach for CR or RC, however the strategies would be different for non-natives. Our education usually doesn't prepare us to critically think so finding out the differences in terms of structures and mapping out information will be something that we have to be careful about.
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05 Dec 2017, 13:18
animesh mohanty wrote:
In a way you are right. There's nothing more in terms of theory that you can teach for CR or RC, however the strategies would be different for non-natives. Our education usually doesn't prepare us to critically think so finding out the differences in terms of structures and mapping out information will be something that we have to be careful about.

Thanks Animesh.
Do I start with Foundation or I should jump directly on main book?

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05 Dec 2017, 20:11
CkNikhil wrote:
Thanks Animesh.
Do I start with Foundation or I should jump directly on main book?
Why not go with what you're comfortable with? If you have the time to go through some of the basics, do that. Check whether the material you're working on is helpful and then take a call. If it's too easy, you might want to switch to something more advanced.
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06 Dec 2017, 03:49
AjiteshArun wrote:
CkNikhil wrote:
Thanks Animesh.
Do I start with Foundation or I should jump directly on main book?
Why not go with what you're comfortable with? If you have the time to go through some of the basics, do that. Check whether the material you're working on is helpful and then take a call. If it's too easy, you might want to switch to something more advanced.

Thanks Ajitesh!

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# Study Plan for CR & RC

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