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What I've learnt is:

don't spend the entire time reading the passage and trying to memorize it. Kind of skim through and jot down main ideas about what each paragraph is about so that when a question asks about something specific, you can go back to the passage and you'll know where to look from the notes you jotted down when going through it the first time. Now you can read it properly to answer the question and you saved time by not having to look through the whole passage again and saved a mark because you didn't try to answer from memory but instead found the actual answer in the passage!

 

I found that really helpful because the main issue with this section is time and doing this really helped me save a lot of it!

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