« on: February 18, 2006, 07:23:42 PM »
Funny. Seriously, I think if you can grasp the games and learn how to set them up easily then the rest will follow. Besides … games is where you rack up the most points. You’ll learn that 35 minutes for 4-5 games is a heck of a long time once you have it down and can quickly visualize how to set them up.
For RC – I would start reading the passages slow … figuring what they are about. Even setting up an “outline” sort of deal to explain to you quickly what the passage is about when you read the questions. Oh yeah questions … read question stems to figure out what you should be red lighting to yourself about the passages. I’m not saying during actual test time read the questions first then read the passage bc that will throw you. Way too much stuff to read and keep in track while your reading the passages. I am saying that for starters read the questions to work your mind for reading the passages a certain way.
LR – those were my strongest. Just know what the questions MEAN. Know how to pick apart the reasonably short stimulus.