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Also, make a point of re-reading questions you got wrong during review and try to remember how you originally read them. I've had a few students who had a huge revelation when they realized that 'causal' and 'casual' weren't the same word, or that their brains, for whatever reason, were skipping 'no' and 'not' when they were in a rush. If you can diagnose which words your brain stumbles on/skips, you can get in the habit of looking for those words.
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