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IELTS Strategy: Construct a passage map for higher scores

An IELTS Reading passage asks 13 to 14 questions per passage. This means that the person should be well acquainted with the passage before jumping on to the details to find the answer. This can be done only if we can retain the information given in the passage and work towards digging our answers for those 14 question through the mire of 500-700 words. If you don’t have a handle on….

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We already know that for statements given in data sufficiency, information is always consistent between the statements given with the question and that the statements never contradict each other. Hence, learning to recognize how one statement does or does not limit the information in the other is the key in deciding between the choices C and E while combining statements.

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