Just wondering how to efficiently correct or revise RC questions. For LR I usually type the question or my version of it, a prephase, the stem, all the answers and why each one is wrong or right and any thoughts I have about it.
For RC I have been just going over the question and the answer but don't write anything down. Writing things down help me a lot. Should I type a summary of the reading and then go over the questions?
What is a good method of correcting RC questions?
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I'd write out (or at least put my finger on) the snippet of the passage that answers the question or eliminates an answer choice. So if you've got, say, a main point question, you might write out the thesis sentence from the passage, which is probably paraphrased in the credited response.
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