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Which is the better strategy for increasing comprehension?
A. Paraphrase what you read.
B. Take notes word for word so as not to lose the meaning intended.
C. Summarize only chapter by chapter.
D. Take notes only when you are unclear of a concept.

I think its a toss between A & D
but most likely A

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    Yes, A.

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