Labeling a diagram

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There are three kinds of diagrams you might get: a technical drawing of a machine or invention, something from the natural world or a design or plan. The main problem with these questions is students focus too much on the diagram and try to understand everything about it. Unfamiliar diagrams can cause panic and lose your time. This is not a test of your technical knowledge, but a test of your reading skills. You should try to understand generally what is happening in the diagram, but the relationship between the text and the diagram is more important. Another big problem is the failing to locate the paragraphs that contain the answers quickly and losing time reading the whole text. Students also loser marks in this section by writing the wrong number of words or spelling words incorrectly.

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