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I have a big exam which greatly influences my final grade tomorrow.
But I don't know how I should prepare for it
because I have to understand passages that I see for the first time.

It's 3 and a half hour long exam and I have to brainstorm
and analyse the one line questions for the first 15 -20 minutes.
I didn't learn this process in Japan.
We usually have the right answer for each question
and start to answer it as soon as we get our papers.
My teacher said "it's time you revive your habit for exams. Its not too late to fix yours."
I really agree with her, but it's really difficult for me to do that.
Anyway, I will try.

After reading 2 texts for 60 minutes, I have to write a comparative summary (400-500 words).
Today I had a practice examination, but it was really difficult to get points while reading.
I will do my best tomorrow

P.S. For the second summary, I got a B+.
I really didn't understand the way I should deal with it
and didn't know if I am on the right track or not.
I coudn't even finish it all. So I was surprised to see the result.
I think I was lucky.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. outrage (on TV)
= a strong feeling of shock and anger
2. sod (on TV)
= an unpleasant person
3. What do you [bloody] think?
= a swear word that many people find offensive that is used to emphasize a comment or an angry statement

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