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The samples shown should serve, therefore, to emphasise an issue of basic significance: quite bluntly, you are not likely to flourish in your answers if you do not understand some of the words in the questions! You should now be regarding the expansion of your vocabulary as an issue of prime importance. Think back to the 'shopping list' of new equipment and you will recall the need for vocabulary notebooks- certainly more than one if you are going to be serious about it. Keep your rough jotter with you whenever you are reading; scribble down any word you do not understand, but generally wait until you have collected several before having a 'looking up' session.
C) Concentrate on essential ideas and the main substance; avoid pondering too long on minor issues. (d) When reading rapidly, try to avoid what teachers of reading call 'regression', that is looking back over a sentence, or part of a sentence, that has been read. (e) Avoid 'vocalisation', which is the habit of saying the words to yourself, even mentally. If you wish to adopt a structured and serious approach to boosting your reading speed, try the following books: Speed Reading- Tony Buzan (Sphere 1971) Read Better, Read Faster- de Leeuw (Penguin Books 1969).
4) Faults to A void Consider, and do your best to avoid, the following common faults: (a) (i) General layout Unsuitable or varied paper size; standardise on A4. (ii) Pages too cramped and crowded; this makes it difficult to gain 'visual access' to the notes. (iii) Different topics jumbled together. (iv) Poor handwriting. (b) (i) Note structure Inadequate or non-existent labelling at the top of the page. (ii) Not enough 'white space'. (iii) Insufficient number of headings, sub-headings, indentations.