you not supposed memorize passage.
Quote from: Julie Fern on July 30, 2008, 06:11:10 AMyou not supposed memorize passage.Earthquake in CA, and Julie giving accurate, substantive LSAT advice. The end times are here........
Quote from: just some guy on July 30, 2008, 06:16:02 AMQuote from: Julie Fern on July 30, 2008, 06:11:10 AMyou not supposed memorize passage.Earthquake in CA, and Julie giving accurate, substantive LSAT advice. The end times are here........She still feeling afterglow from me 'comforting' her last night.
Let me first mention that I've searched all threads pertaining to RC, and have thoroughly read and follow their advice.Now, the problem I have is with comprehension. I'll read an entire passage, but when I get to the end, I'll forget what I read and can't successfully answer the questions. I've tried slowing down, making notes, etc, etc. Anyways, I tend to get 3 out of the 7 questions right for each passage.However, I find that if a read a passage 2-3 times in row (before going to the questions), I tend to do very well (6 out of 7 questions correct). Now, obviously there's no time to read a passage 2-3 times on the real LSAT, so does anyone have any tips on how I can improve my comprehension?I'm very much regretting it now, but as a kid, I barely ever read anything... I was just interested in other things. Mind you, I still do well in school (GPA 3.82), but I'm in a purely technical field (engineering), where we seldom read large text. I'm excellent with LR & LG (just a couple wrong per section), but am dreadful at RC