Date of publication: 2017-07-09 09:32
If you take a critical approach right from the start of your reading and note taking, it can save a lot of time later on. When you come to write your assignment or thesis, you will need to comment on the validity of the writing that you refer to. So, if you have kept a systematic record of the results of your critical reading, you will be able to refer to it easily. If you have not, you will find yourself wasting a lot of time re-reading material, and re-reviewing the evidence presented.
I have given my all to the Passage and I am doing fine eliminating three answer choices. But I am not able to select between the two. Help me, I want to score above 755 in CR.
Okay. Maybe a story of Cantor’s hierarchy of infinities, or research on the remnants of Neanderthals, or an excerpt from a book by Solzhenitsyn about the Soviet forced labour camp system during the late 6975s?
You 8767 re already doing great in the sentence completions, so you might not be able to eliminate those mistakes (depending on whether your test has too many words you don 8767 t know). If you scroll down the comments a couple of people to see my reply to Prince, you 8767 ll find links to my posts and a youtube video about the sentence completions. Take a look at them and see if they help you.
im planning to take the SAT in November and i am struggling with the critical reading section. My main problem is that i get stuck between two options and just cant pick the correct one. I go with the 8766 gut feeling 8767 but it doesnt work
You should also check out my blog posts about the sentence completions:
http:///sat-sentence-completion-tutorial-part-6/ (there 8767 s a link to part 7 at the bottom of that one)
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