Monkey D Luffy wrote:Hey guys. I'm sort of getting nervous as test day is creeping closer.... I didn't touch on the RC section yet... Any suggestions from now until then to maximize my RC potential? Thanks.
Make sure you know the structure of the passage,the different viewpoints, what each viewpoint holds as their position and make sure whenever you're answering a question that you're understanding which perspective the question is asking for.
For example, if the passage is talking about Republican and Democrats, (assuming that general ideas stand) and the passage is talking about economic principles. If a questions asks you about what Dems. think about tax policy,you know that you're prob. going to be looking for something that says taxes from the wealthy are important to maintain or expand governement programs. I know I'm not going to be looking for something that say taxes should be reduced on the wealthy.
Generally when you have a good ideal of the positions that are taken in a passage, you can narrow down an answer choice to one or two answers