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elitehacker1337

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Do you guys know of some specific ways I can bring up my CARS?

Such as the best articles, daily CARS practice, etc.

Thank You
 

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@elitehacker1337 - I'd recommend starting with one or two practice passages a day, and slowly building up over time. I'd stay away from just reading articles, but instead make sure you're always answering some sort of questions about what you've just read. Otherwise, you have no idea if you've actually succeeded or just feel like you have. Also, never take passages untimed as it just builds bad habits, that you'll have to break when you start worrying about time. I wrote a review of most of the CARS materials out there currently here: Here's our Review of All CARS Materials Available on the Market!

Just my two thoughts. Best of luck!
 
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Was typing "testingsolut..." when I realized they commented above haha. I would HIGHLY recommend the guide above ^^^^^^
 
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