- Rep Power
Reading can be very, very hard to tackle. Not impossible of course, but it requires honest effort, not just tricks. If you're still around, please post back and let me know how things are going.
- Rep Power
Things to do:
1) Begin reading novels. They don't have to be Ulysses or Swann's Way. In fact, just reading/re-reading adolescent books like the Giver, Hatchet, Maniac Magee, can yield fantastics results.
2) Keep a vocabulary journal. Any word you don't know, write down in a small notebook and look up.
3) McGraw Hill's SAT book is excellent for RC. I'd go over the 9 lessons over, and over, and over again.
4) The Official Guide, is excellent for practice tests.
5) Princeton Review's 11 SATs are great at making you pay attention to details.
6) The GRE Big Book is great for difficult practice. Only to be used once you run out of other materials.
1 and 2 above are the ones that will give you the greatest increase in reading speed. Especially re-reading.
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