paperworkjim wrote:I don't know if this would work for everyone -- but I REALLY REALLY have found that just spending a lot of time up front with the passage and really trying to understand the argument structure/the overall point of each paragraph (without any notations other than underlining) has been game-changing for me. I would try it out if you haven't already. It brought me down from -3 to -5 to -0 or -1 on each. I spend normally double the time with the passage as I do with the questions.
I try to do that with the notations I make that are small summaries of the paragraph's purpose, information, and view point. My issue is how many analogy title questions they ask because I just suck at that. Most other questions I'm good on unless two ACs are very similar and hinge on a word which is horrible for the hard RC sections.