smccgrey wrote:ilikebaseball wrote:
Definitely reading for reasoning. Also, a lot of times, I'll read answer choices and they all sound similar to me. Sometimes I cant even eliminate one choice.
I think the best way to figure this one out is to look at the right answer and explain to yourself why it was correct, or more correct than the other choices. Do that a few times on questions you get stuck on, and you'll have an easier time eliminating answers that aren't strong enough.
Agree with that. Also, look at the answer choices and try and figure out which ones are not supported by the text--often times incorrect answer choices will combine two disparate things you read in the passage, making it seem attractive. Other times, the wrong answer choice may just have one word wrong that is not supported by the passage. Recognizing incorrect answer choices such as those is incredibly valuable.