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In a timed situation, how many Q do you answer on avg before reading the A.C? and what are the Q types that you typically have to read A.C before trying to answer? and what are some Q types you feel if you didnt answer the Q ahead of time you would have fell for attractive traps.
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For RC, I would say for most I read the ACs before formulating an answer. A lot of them aren't specific enough to let you know what you're looking for - "With which of the following would the author of the passage be most likely to agree?" could be the main point, the point of an entire paragraph, or a single fact. It's mostly the main point, primary purpose, and author's attitude questions that I would predict. What is important, however, is that you identify from which viewpoint (or if it's from a neutral PoV) the question is being asked, and take a second to remind yourself what that viewpoint holds.
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