mornincounselor wrote:My upper level for true solid comprehension on RC is about 10 passages. I did 12 today but I misread an obvious choice and missed a question on the 11th and had to fight my way through a passage I didn't truly get on 12.
I think 10 is sufficient because the most I will see on test day is (possibly) 8 consecutive plus a writing sample. I'd still prefer to make it where I'm confident in my endurance on 3 sections, but I'm fairly happy with where I'm at, especially compared to on September 27th.
I think the take away though, is that it really is about prepping in a way so that one is prepared for something significantly more difficult then they will face on test day. Whether that manifests itself in 32 minutes sections, or 6 section tests, or 7sage distractions above and beyond what one is likely to face.
This is a really great idea! I didn't think to practice doing 8-10 RC passages in a row, but that it my weakest section, and I need to work on building up my endurance for reading passages as well.
So far I have just been building up endurance by doing 6-8 PT sections in a row, and I definitely notice a difference!