Video: Locating information in a paragraph



Narration:

Questions which ask you to locate information in a paragraph are testing your ability to locate and understand specific information in the reading passage. There are two common question types: the difference between them is simply that in the second example, the instructions say that you may use any letter more than once. To complete the question, you have to write the correct letter of a paragraph in the boxes of your answer sheet. A common error candidates make is confusing this type of question with a headings style question.

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