Found RC help!!!

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jpSartre

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby jpSartre » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:02 am

I was looking through the testmasters books online, and they break RC down by subject (history, law, etc.) Anyone familiar with TM's approach? Is this classification helpful?

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby skip james » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:52 am

jpSartre wrote:I was looking through the testmasters books online, and they break RC down by subject (history, law, etc.) Anyone familiar with TM's approach? Is this classification helpful?


Personally, I think RC by subject is complete bull.

I'm still waiting for someone to organize LR by subject.. I can see it already: dinosaur extinction, physiological disorders, taxes in random non-existent countries, agriculture...

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby yoni45 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:54 am

skip james wrote:Personally, I think RC by subject is complete bull.

I'm still waiting for someone to organize LR by subject.. I can see it already: dinosaur extinction, physiological disorders, taxes in random non-existent countries, agriculture...


:D

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby skip james » Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:27 am

yoni45 wrote:
skip james wrote:Personally, I think RC by subject is complete bull.

I'm still waiting for someone to organize LR by subject.. I can see it already: dinosaur extinction, physiological disorders, taxes in random non-existent countries, agriculture...


:D


haha, i'm sort of looking forward to it myself.

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby jpSartre » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:32 am

skip james wrote:
jpSartre wrote:I was looking through the testmasters books online, and they break RC down by subject (history, law, etc.) Anyone familiar with TM's approach? Is this classification helpful?


Personally, I think RC by subject is complete bull.

I'm still waiting for someone to organize LR by subject.. I can see it already: dinosaur extinction, physiological disorders, taxes in random non-existent countries, agriculture...


Heh heh...

Unless TM did a statistical analysis of which questions appear most frequently with which subjects. The way people kneel at that guy's feet maybe we shouldn't put that beyond him

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby chosun1 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:27 pm

while it wouldn't be helpful to organize it by law, history, science

there is one thing that you do notice on science passages
- they don't tend to have a clear main point in the 1st par.
- they are very detail oriented rather than hypothetical than other passages

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Re: Found RC help!!!

Postby fw22mk » Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:38 pm

Not sure if this was mentioned, but I just took the book out from the local library. They had 3 of them. I am in Howard County, MD. They also had the logic games one, but the reasoning was checked out.

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