1. READING COMPREHENSION OVERVIEW Part I: Read Like A Law Student 2. RECOGNIZING THE ARGUMENT 3. USING THE ARGUMENT AS A FRAMEWORK 4. PASSAGE ANNOTATION AND THE READING PROCESS Part II: Master the Questions 5. THE SEARCH FOR CORRECT ANSWERS 6. INCORRECT ANSWERS 7. COMPARATIVE PASSAGES 8. PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
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