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Winners' Guide to GMAT Reading Comprehension - eBook

This ebook will help you Identify & rectify your 'Reading Blocks'  & Triple
your reading speed
within a few days.

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    If I were to point out one single skill that strongly correlates with your final GMAT Score, it would be
    ‘Reading’.

    Ability to read fast not only helps for the RC section of the GMAT, but is also invaluable in the
    whole of the Verbal section.

    Moreover, a fast reader can shave off seconds on each Quant problem by reading and digesting
    the information quickly.

    But there is more…..  being able to read faster will also help you throughout your career. Most of
    the top managers have reading speeds that are double the national average.

    Good Reading skills will not only help you immensely on ALL sections of the GMAT, but throughout
    your professional career.

    So how do you improve your Reading skills?

    Well, if you look at hundreds of ‘Reading Programmes’ available  in the market, each one pushing
    their own ‘strategies & techniques’, it is easy to get confused.

    Is there a book or a programme that helps you improve your Reading Speed, but with reference
    to the gmat exam?

    Unfortunately, there is none!!

    Well, there was none, till the ‘Winners’ Guide to GMAT Reading’ came along.

    This is book that contains winning strategies for improving your reading speed, and more
    importantly, enables you to apply these to the GMAT RC section.



















    Some of the unique features of this book are:

    1. Addresses the problem rather than the symptoms. It does not give you dry tips to improve your
    performance in RC. It gives you strategies to improve your Reading Speed and then applies
    these strategies to the RC section.

    2. Contains proven methods that have helped scores of students double/triple their reading
    speed WITH Better Comprehension.

    3. A thorough analysis of various RC question types and strategies you can apply to each of
    these.

    4. Detailed discussion of which strategies you can apply to come out a Winner on the GMAT RC.

    5. Over 100+ Unique RC questions from varied passages for you to practice your newfound skills.


    Reading is natural to all of us & poor reading is more because of  bad reading habits rather than
    any innate disability.

    Using the right techniques and methods, it is possible to get rid of poor reading habits and
    considerably increase your Reading Speed.

    This comprehensive 150+ page book will do just that. It will help you:

           Identify the ‘blocks’ to reading faster.

           Clear these blocks and double/triple your reading speed.

           To apply the same strategies that GMAT RC Winners use to get that 99 percentile.

    And above all, it will help you become a better and faster reader in a much shorter time than
    any other course/book/programme.


    Over the years that I have taught the GMAT Verbal, and from my own GMAT experience ( I
    have scored 99 percentile in GMAT Verbal. See my score here), I have compiled this book to
    specifically help out students who want to improve their reading skills in general & score big on
    the GMAT Reading Comprehension section in particular.


    Here is a look at the Contents of the ebook:

    Why Reading is like exercising a muscle
    The Definition of Reading
    Five types of reading
    Scanning type of reading
    Skimming type of reading
    Light type of reading
    Word by word type reading
    ‘Reading to study’ type of reading
    Are you a Left-Brain or a Right-Brain Reader?
    The Eye and its Movements
    Eye Span
    Peripheral vision
    The roots of slow reading
    Eight Factors that Reduce Reading Rate
    How Winners’ overcome these limiting factors
    Overcoming Subvocalization
    Stop talking to yourself when you read
    Chunk four-words
    Overcoming REGRESSIONS
    Overcoming faulty habits
    How do Winners Read?
    Reading in ‘Thought Groups’: Fast readers do not read every word.
    Ignore words that are unimportant
    Phrase reading
    Take in more words at a time
    Look at groups of words
    How do winners read fast without sacrificing comprehension?
    Fear of losing comprehension: The Role of Speed in the Reading Process
    Basic Conditions for Increased Reading Rate
    Rate Adjustment
    Does faster reading result in lower comprehension?
    The relationship between rate of read and comprehension
    Test of Reading Speed
    Winning techniques/exercises to triple your reading speed
    Visual Reading Techniques
    Visual Configuration
    What is Comprehension Lag?
    How can you Consciously force yourself to read faster
    You already know 90% information of that you will read
    Keep practicing
    Sharper focus
    Subvocalisation & the Thought-Stream
    How did Lee double his speed without feeling the difference?
    Pacing & Scanning
    Techniques
    Pacing
    Pacing Exercise
    Scanning
    In-Depth Reading Techniques
    Establish Purpose
    Survey A book or publication
    Revise Purpose
    Study in Depth
    Evaluation
    Reducing learning time with the SQ3R method
    Key Word Noting
    Taking Notes
    Associative Networks
    Mind Maps
    Mind Maps
    Two vertical lines
    Strips reading
    Read first sentence
    Active reading
    Think for a moment, what you read
    Breathing and reading
    Reading for GMAT
    Winning Tips for GMAT RC
    What is the most effective reading method for GMAT?
    How to deal with Tough RCs
    a) Multiple dimension passages
    b) Close Answers
    C) Satiric/Unclear Tones
    Noticing shifts in Passages
    The top 3 reasons why people get questions wrong:
    Using the 80 -20 rule to your advantage
    Does age influence one's ability to learn to fast read?
    How to Get a hyper focus on the GMAT
    Be an active reader
    What is fixations
    Test yourself for how many times you fixate
    Developing effective reading skills for the GMAT
    When should you take notes?
    Types of Passages on the GMAT
    Question Types & Strategies for tackling them
    Main Idea/Primary Purpose Questions
    Title Questions
    Specific Detail or Target questions
    Inference Type Questions
    Attitude Questions
    Structure Questions
    GMAT RC Practice
    Passages
    Answers with Explanations


    Why Should you Buy this Guide?

    Reading is perhaps the most important skill on the GMAT.

    Most of the commonly available GMAT prep books address the symptoms rather than the
    problem of slow reading, resulting only in incremental improvements in your RC performance.

    You simply cannot improve your GMAT RC performance without addressing the underlying
    causes of slow reading and getting rid of 'bad' reading habits.

    I have trained scores of smart students, who did well in All sections of the GMAT, except the
    RC.
    And this is primarily because reading skills take time to develop, and you need to thoroughly
    understand your reading habits and focus on improvement areas.

    Over the years, we have closely observed which techniques/methods result in maximum
    improvement in reading skills in the minimum time.

    These concepts are now included in the 'Winners' Guide to GMAT Reading Comprehension'.

    This book focuses not only on the reading techniques, but how to apply these techniques to
    solving the various types of GMAT passages and questions.


    One of the most important parameter that the admissions committee looks for, especially in
    case of Non Native speakers, is their English score.
    Your Verbal score doesn't have to be in the nineties, but the closer the better. It has to be high
    enough to convince them that you deserve that offer letter.

    This guide has been especially written from real life experience teaching the nuances of
    Reading Comprehension to hundreds of students..

    This  guide was originally prepared exclusively for students who take private coaching from my-
    gmat.

    Now it is being made available for anyone who has trouble with the GMAT Reading
    Comprehension

    ALL this for a special Introductory Price of Only USD 25.00








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