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Quick Write 080811 “Read 'em all?”

Yes, it’s because I can read them faster with more accuracy. Yes, I’m talking about the TOEIC reading section. I used to read only the parts around the blanks of Part 5 grammar questions and some of Part 6 questions as suggested by so many TOEIC prep books in the market. But I soon realized it was not time-economical. As you know, achieving high scores on the TOEIC reading section requires a good and wise time management. If 2 hours, 120 minutes instead of 75 minutes, were allocated for answering 100 questions, a lot more people would finish the whole questions and improve their best scores by 50-100 points, I’d imagine. For me, a good and wise time management for the reading section is to read all the sentences and passages. It increases the accuracy rate of vocabulary questions of Part 5 and 6. It avoids making careless mistakes on grammar questions of Part 5 and 6, especially on those related tense and conjunctions. It reduces time to go back and forth between questions and passages of Part 7. Most of all, it liberates me from thinking of so-called “test techniques”. I personally think that you need almost no techniques or gimmicks to achieve, say more than 800 on TOEIC as long as you’re equipped with a certain level of English proficiency. Those who are on the process of acquiring that level of proficiency will have to call on techniques or strategies, but sooner or later, they won’t need them. Or they shouldn’t need them. They are expected to tackle 200 questions of TOEIC test with what they learned and acquired so far. That’s what this EPT is supposed to measure, isn’t it?

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