RC: All of the following EXCEPT

lawschoolplease1
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RC: All of the following EXCEPT

Postby lawschoolplease1 » Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:37 pm

Hey guys,
anyone have a good technique for solving these types of questions?
Or notice a pattern of what kinds of details they ask about?

When I read, I read for the structure, which works great on all the other questions, but this one.
These types always eat up a lot of my time, and i don't always get them 100% right.

strategies, anyone?

thanks!

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tigersaresexy
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Re: RC: All of the following EXCEPT

Postby tigersaresexy » Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:07 am

Urgh those are the worst, it's just brute force. Not much you can do strategy wise, except try to remember where that particular information is and hope it all kind of in the same place.

The questions I really hate are the "The reasoning of the scientists in paragraph 2 are most analogous to which one of the following WEAK-ASS ANALOGIES THAT SUCK SO HARD.."

lawschoolplease1
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Re: RC: All of the following EXCEPT

Postby lawschoolplease1 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:12 am

that's SOO true- those really really suck. esp when the answer choices differ in the slightest ways. or you PARTIALLY like two answer choices. RC is the worst.

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Re: RC: All of the following EXCEPT

Postby bp shinners » Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:48 pm

They tend to ask about:
1) Lists of characteristics
2) Features of something (like artwork)
3) Lists of causes/effects

1 and 3 you should be noting when you read, as they always show up in the questions. 2 should be tagged as something like "Elements in Kahlo's work" so you can go back and quickly check it when it comes up.




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