Strictly informative: RC in the trainer

Nicolena.
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Strictly informative: RC in the trainer

Postby Nicolena. » Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:24 pm

I know many of us have read the trainer and I know many people have said the trainer is not as helpful in RC as LR or LG. However, I strongly disagree.

Recently, I went back and read over pgs 366 -368. He gives some great valuable advice on approaching RC. I think if you are really struggling, you should review these pgs again (or read it for the first time).

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Re: Strictly informative: RC in the trainer

Postby wealtheow » Wed Nov 13, 2013 5:46 pm

Nicolena. wrote:I know many of us have read the trainer and I know many people have said the trainer is not as helpful in RC as LR or LG. However, I strongly disagree.

Recently, I went back and read over pgs 366 -368. He gives some great valuable advice on approaching RC. I think if you are really struggling, you should review these pgs again (or read it for the first time).


+1. I'm just finishing up that section now. It's very similar to Manhattan RC (because the same guy wrote it, I assume), which helped get me from -3/-2 to -0/-1! :) I think it may be especially helpful for people who typically read with the goal of absorbing every last detail. It helps break that habit!

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Re: Strictly informative: RC in the trainer

Postby vicpin5190 » Wed Nov 13, 2013 5:50 pm

wealtheow wrote:
Nicolena. wrote:I know many of us have read the trainer and I know many people have said the trainer is not as helpful in RC as LR or LG. However, I strongly disagree.

Recently, I went back and read over pgs 366 -368. He gives some great valuable advice on approaching RC. I think if you are really struggling, you should review these pgs again (or read it for the first time).


+1. I'm just finishing up that section now. It's very similar to Manhattan RC (because the same guy wrote it, I assume), which helped get me from -3/-2 to -0/-1! :) I think it may be especially helpful for people who typically read with the goal of absorbing every last detail. It helps break that habit!


It helped me a lot for the older RCs, where I can go -0/-1 pretty consistently. I'm still having some trouble adjusting to the newer RC's. Idk why. The questions for some reason are just not the same it throws me off.

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Re: Strictly informative: RC in the trainer

Postby Nicolena. » Wed Nov 13, 2013 5:55 pm

Is it the comparative passage or just scattered questions?

Either way I would review chps 35 and 36 again if it has to do with strictly questions/ comp passages.

vicpin5190 wrote:
wealtheow wrote:
Nicolena. wrote:I know many of us have read the trainer and I know many people have said the trainer is not as helpful in RC as LR or LG. However, I strongly disagree.

Recently, I went back and read over pgs 366 -368. He gives some great valuable advice on approaching RC. I think if you are really struggling, you should review these pgs again (or read it for the first time).


+1. I'm just finishing up that section now. It's very similar to Manhattan RC (because the same guy wrote it, I assume), which helped get me from -3/-2 to -0/-1! :) I think it may be especially helpful for people who typically read with the goal of absorbing every last detail. It helps break that habit!


It helped me a lot for the older RCs, where I can go -0/-1 pretty consistently. I'm still having some trouble adjusting to the newer RC's. Idk why. The questions for some reason are just not the same it throws me off.




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