Using the RC1000 guide : GMAT Reading Comprehension (RC)
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# Using the RC1000 guide

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19 Jul 2006, 21:23
Hi folks,

Have just started taking a crack at the RC problems, and I'm finding it difficult to use since one needs to keep jumping to and fro between the answer choices and the questions. This clearly throws me off.

I can print it, but it takes away from the online experience. Any suggestioons?
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19 Jul 2006, 22:41
Same here, i find it too annoying.
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19 Jul 2006, 23:35
Futuristic wrote:
Hi folks,

Have just started taking a crack at the RC problems, and I'm finding it difficult to use since one needs to keep jumping to and fro between the answer choices and the questions. This clearly throws me off.

I can print it, but it takes away from the online experience. Any suggestioons?

Make two copies of same document with different name and open them as two different word documents in different windows. One document showing the paragraph and other showing questions.
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19 Jul 2006, 23:50
yup, i've been doing that, though was wondering if there is any software to present the questions in the GMAT format.....sorry, the software engineer in me took over
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20 Jul 2006, 00:13
do u all suggest then to take the 1000 (SC,RC and CR) on pc...... rather then have them printed as I did......
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20 Jul 2006, 09:49
If you don't mind the smaller font you can change the view to "Reading Layout" in Office 2003, its lists 2 pages at the same time on your screen.
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20 Jul 2006, 12:43
Gauss,

I personally find that reading on paper is a little easier. I'm therefore trying to practice reading on screen. Not sure if this would apply to everyone though.
20 Jul 2006, 12:43
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