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In a reading comprehension question, you'll read a fairly substantial piece of text - somewhere between three and six paragraphs, likely - which will be followed by several questions.

The questions will relate to the content of the passage, discerning its main points and significant details. You will also be asked to make inferences based on the information given in the passage. You might also be asked to describe the author's opinions.

In this section, you're being tested on your ability to synthesize and integrate the ideas presented in the passage.

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