I always tend to mess up in RC's when it comes to selecting between the Last 2 options after the eliminating the odd 2-3. It is 90% of the times that the option I eliminate the last before choosing an option comes out to be the answer. How do I improve that part in Rc because Rc's are critical not only for CAT but also other entrances. Please Help!
Follow the below strategy 1. Read a Question 2. Convert the question into your own words in your mind. 3. Go to the passage and search relevant information and read it. 4. Now answer the question in your own words.(important - Do not check for options at this stage). 5. Now Go for options and try to eliminate options which are a. Too extreme b. too narrow c. or are not the answer of the question etc. 6. let's say you are left with two options which are very close then choose the answer similar to answer you formed in your head (as mentioned in point 3) Try it and then let me know whether it helped or not.
I have the same problem brother, I have tried almost 60 papers in the study room, but the more I take, my confidence drops more. I think we need to take RCs like a piece of information, rather than a question because I understand RCs but messes when seeing the close options.