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How many of you use the highlight function in VR?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by derrick rose, May 20, 2014.

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  1. derrick rose

    derrick rose 2+ Year Member

    Feb 22, 2013
    Hey guys, I currently do not use the highlight function AT ALL on my VR practice tests. I feel that it can become over utilized, and the frequent use will hinder your performance by slowing you down. However, I think it could be useful at times in "predicting" questions. For example, sometimes there can be 3-part roman numeral questions where you indicate which statements are correct, and you can predict this by highlighting a "list" an author gives you within the passage that pertains to that question.

    How many of you guys use the highlight function? How often? Any examples and critical cues that persuade you to use it?
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