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I've been really focusing on RC the past few days, and what I've notice is that I tend to misunderstand what the key parts of the passage is SAYING. (particularly in the science passages.) As a result, I would get questions wrong, which would make me think my entire approach was flawed. In actuality, the approach I took in recognizing the important parts of the passage was not flawed, it was just understanding what the arguments mean. So take time to make sure you really can comprehend what the significant information means, and have enough confidence in your approach(if it is sound) to believe that it will take you to the important information.
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