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Hi friends! It's me Zach, and I am back after a fairly long break. I am really sorry that i couldn't post this sooner 😔😔 I have been busy trying to create a telegram group that gives free tips and resources for GP everyday! But anyways, here is the part 2 for 4 Steps to Start Improving Compre!

4 Steps to Improve GP Compre

It's now May it is the new holiday period because of circuit breaker. I hope you guys are all feeling alright amidst the disruption and stress. This is probably also the best time for you to catch up on weaker subjects and find a concrete direction for improvement that you can pursue in the months to come!
It is the midway mark and i remember that as a student, this was the time which i improved the most because i finally had time to sit down and think about my subjects. Yes, you heard right, think. The months usually just go by quickly and i never had the time to pause and reflect on what my weak points are or how i want to go about tackling them. Mid-year holidays was when i could really review my learning and devise new strategies to improve.
Here are 4 simple steps to START studying for GP Compre (Paper 2), this will hopefully kickstart your blueprint strategy for studying GP!

1. Focus on improving Passage Reading Skills via Structure

Passage Reading?! Yes, passage reading! We often underestimate the importance of passage reading. Most students would probably spend maximum 5 minutes to quickly scan through the passage and move on to answering the questions. The passage reading step is actually one of the most critical, and the biggest determinant of what marks you will be getting for compre.
Realise that the 5 minutes of reading determines whether you truly understand the ideas of the passage! If you attempt the questions without a solid understanding, it will be very difficult because to pick out the correct answers for literal SAQ, or correct clues for inferential SAQ, or explaining the language SAQ with context — all of which require you to deeply understand the issues and views brought up in the passage. Even for summary and AQ, to do a good job, it all goes back to understanding the passage, because you need to pick out the right points.
Picking out the right points involves true understanding.The good news is, there is a very simple way to improve passage reading. Structure. The essence of a compre passage is essentially a GP essay, because it is also expressing arguments about an issue. Just like you write an essay to make arguments about an issue, the author's passage is also doing the same. The key to understanding a passage is to be sensitive to its structure, where you are actively thinking about its structure, compared to an essay — something you are familiar with. Here are some pointers you can consider:
  • What is the thesis/stand?
  • Is it a one-sided or two-sided argument?
  • What are the main points/arguments?
  • Which paragraphs build up to which arguments?
  • What is the purpose of each paragraph, how does it reinforce the stand?
  • Is this particular paragraph the author's argument, or is it a counter-argument by others?
  • Why is the example significant for the argument? (Like how you write examples in your essay to support your point)
Pro Tip: Don't be afraid to spend more time on reading (You can spend 10-12 mins reading, instead of 5). Spending the time now would help you move quicker when you answer questions later on. The benefit is that you attempt questions with a solid understanding rather than a vague one

2. Do Active Evaluation instead of Passive Reading

There is a significant difference between evaluating a passage and simply reading it. Evaluating means actively thinking about the points that have been raised, questioning them and responding to them. Passive reading is when you just absorb the points... or even be distracted by mala.
So what should be going through your mind in active reading? We talked about the structure, but this part here emphasises more on you forming an opinion and contemplating the author's points. It is no longer just understanding, it goes one step further into responding. These are the questions that could be going through your mind:
  • Does the author make sense?
  • What assumptions is the author making?
  • Do I agree with the author?
  • How would it play out differently in Sinagpore?
  • Has the author value-added to my understanding of this issue?
  • What is strong/weak about the author's arguments?
You may realise that this is akin to the planning step before answering the AQ, and you're right! The difference is this step of evaluation and application should not only come at the end when you attempt the AQ. It would be far more useful if you do it during the passage reading part because when you evaluate you are engaging with the passage. Engaging with the passage will lead to at least a 50% increase in your understanding.
Pro Tip: Have an inner voice that is speaking and questioning as you read. You are not just absorbing points, remember that you are responding and evaluating them!

3. Improve Vocab to Master Paraphrasing

Paraphrasing can be your best friend or your worst nemesis for compre! Note that language marks is 15/50, which is 40% of the paper. Getting a 7-8 for language instead of 10-11 could be significant enough to affect an entire grade. Also, take note that paraphrasing does not just affect the language marks, it would affect all your other components as well, which is the remaining 35/50. Here's how language comes into play:
SAQ - Paraphrasing literal questions, Finding the right words to express answer for inferential questions, Understanding the meaning and application of different literary devices and choice of words**, Being sensitive to the author's tone and attitude**
Summary - Paraphrasing is a huge deal for summary, you would probably have experienced this. Picking out the right points is not the difficult part of summary; paraphrasing is. Paraphrasing works when you have the right vocab
AQ - When referencing the author's points, language marks would be awarded for answers that masterfully paraphrase and re-express the author's points. And of course, the entire AQ is a mini-essay and we all know that language is crucial for essay, to help express articulate points, provide depth and give personal voice
So, how do I improve my paraphrasing skills? It's simple! All you need to do is improve your vocabulary and an easy way is to do a little bit of vocab each day. The trick is to accumulate the words rather than try to learn 100 a day.
All you need to do is to learn 5 new words each day. On day 1, you learn 5. On day 2, you learn another 5 and revisit the 5 from day 1.
Day 1: 5 new
Day 2: Revisit 5 from Day 1, Another 5 new
Day 3: Revisit 10 from Days 1, 2. Another 5 new
Restart this cycle each week so that you don't have to revisit 100+ words. Continue this process and each month you will get about 140 new words, which will be extremely helpful for your vocabulary repository! 😃
Pro Tip: You can find new words from the SAT list. Just google SAT words, you don't have to do words from the same alphabet, you can vary so that it's more interesting and probably easier to remember when your words are less similar.

4. Understand the Types of Short-Answered Questions (SAQ)

Many students rush to work on their AQ when they want to improve Compre. The truth is, the first step to improving Compre should pertain to SAQ. Now, you may wonder why. It is a simple truth. SAQ has the most marks for Compre: 17 for SAQ, 8 for Summary and 10 for AQ. SAQ offers you the most space and potential for improvement.
Getting more SAQ correct is far easier than trying to improve AQ from say a 4 marks to a 7 marks. That 3 marks in SAQ could come from getting one extra question correct whereas getting a 7 in AQ is much more challenging because the quality of a 4 marks AQ vs a 7 marks AQ is comparable to the difference between a C-grade Essay and an A-grade Essay.
Hence, if we are talking about the first 4 steps to improving Compre, you should definitely focus your efforts on SAQ first! You can always work on Summary and AQ in the later months. Also not forgetting that improving your essay would also contribute greatly to naturally improving your AQ,
So how do we improve SAQ? An easy strategy is to first understand that there are different types of SAQ, and also understand the differences in how you approach and conquer these different types.
  1. Literal SAQ: Answers found in the passage, all you have to do is paraphrase
2. Inferential SAQ: Answers not found in the passage, you have to deduce the answers based on clues. Focus on searching for clues in the passage. The answer is hinted at but not said by the author
  1. Language/Literary Devices/Punctuation SAQ: Always focus on explaining the device (e.g. metaphor, imagery, irony, rhetorical question, italics, quotation marks etc.), and then applying it to the context of the passage. It's two steps: explain device + apply to context
  2. Author's Tone/Attitude SAQ: Figure out the author's tone/attitude by using your understanding of the passage.
This is where step 1 would come in handy, when you master passage reading and develop a strong understanding of the author's ideas and intentions
Pro Tip: Always pay attention to mark allocation, no matter for which type of SAQ, because it will give you an idea of how many points you need to find!
As usual, the full article is here if you want some extra details and funny memes (i tried) to make your read more enjoyable 😊 Feel free to leave any questions below and i will try and address them!
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Covid-19 update Saturday 11th April

Good evening from the UK. The sun was out on what turned out to be a perfect day weather wise with temperatures soaring above our average of 15C to hit a giddy 23C (76F), just below the temperature threshold at which our print media seems to begin to call the weather a “heatwave”. Unfortunately, we need to continue to stay at home. How many will do so when faced with such pleasant (and rare) weather is unknown across a 4 day weekend; fingers crossed it’s as many as humanly possible.
Virus news in depth
‘I’m Sorry I Can’t Kiss You’—Coronavirus Victims Are Dying Alone - Her father was 83 years old, sweating and gasping for breath. Nancy Hopkins leaned down and rubbed his arm just before paramedics put him into an ambulance. “I’ll be with you every step of the way,” Ms. Hopkins promised him. That was as close as she would ever again get to her dad. When she arrived at the nearby hospital in Conway, S.C., that evening in mid-March, she learned she could not go in because of visitor restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic. She sat alone in her car in the hospital parking lot for hours, crying when she finally drove off. Her father, Robert McCord, a retired livestock dealer, was sick with the coronavirus and lay for 14 days in an isolation room on the top floor of Conway Medical Center. When he neared death on April 1, Ms. Hopkins said goodbye through a phone, placed in a plastic bag and held to his ear by a nurse. “It has been the biggest challenge of my life, knowing I couldn’t be there,” says Ms. Hopkins, who is 59 and a schoolteacher. “Because my father depended on me.” The Wall Street Journal offers some personal stories of the victims of the virus and the family they leave behind (not behind their paywall).

The role of the WHO is continuing to become more and more politically controversial - Today’s Guardian live blog (link below) says that Taiwan has accused the World Health Organization (WHO) of playing word games in a dispute over details it sought in an email querying if the new coronavirus could be transmitted between people. Taiwan is not a WHO member, because of objections from China, which claims the island as its own and deems it to have no right to membership of international bodies. Such an approach, Taiwan says, deprived it of timely information to fight the virus, and it accused the WHO of having ignored its communications early in the pandemic, which has infected 1.6 million people and killed 100,000 worldwide. Last month, Taiwan said it had received no reply from the WHO to a 31 December query for information on the outbreak in China’s central city of Wuhan, including whether it could be transmitted between people. The WHO has said the email it received made no mention of human-to-human transmission. In Taipei on Saturday, the health minister, Chen Shih-chung, quoted the text of the email written in English that the government sent to the WHO.

Will we all need to sign up to a digital tracking app to speed up the reopening of our countries? - There is increasing chatter on social media and in some parts of mainstream media about whether the general public in each country will need to sign up to some kind of tracking app (a system that’s in widespread use in China already says CNN). Andy Slavitt ran a poll asking whether people would sign up to it here; at time of writing it was 53.6% in favour with another 34% in favour with caveats and only 12.5% flatly rejecting it. Dr Farzard Mostashari, formally an Epidemiological Intelligence Service officer with the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and also formally a national health IT coordinator has written a twitter thread where he says it’ll be feasible, usable and hopefully acceptable from a privacy stance - but it’ll only work if a large proportion of the population sign up to it. For now though, Apple and Google are teaming up to begin work on a solution.

Vox news: I’ve read the plans to reopen the US economy. They’re scary. - Vox news has written an article suggesting that the only options to reopen the economy all involve significant changes from societal norms. “Over the past few days, I’ve been reading the major plans for what comes after social distancing. You can read them, too. There’s one from the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute, the left-leaning Center for American Progress, Harvard University’s Safra Center for Ethics, and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Romer. I thought, perhaps naively, that reading them would be a comfort — at least then I’d be able to imagine the path back to normal. But it wasn’t. In different ways, all these plans say the same thing: Even if you can imagine the herculean political, social, and economic changes necessary to manage our way through this crisis effectively, there is no normal for the foreseeable future. Until there’s a vaccine, the United States either needs economically ruinous levels of social distancing, a digital surveillance state of shocking size and scope, or a mass testing apparatus of even more shocking size and intrusiveness”. The article goes into more detail: “While similar efforts have borne fruit in Singapore and South Korea, the US is a very different country, with a more mistrustful, individualistic culture. Already, polling shows that 70 percent of Republicans, and 46 percent of Democrats, strongly oppose using cellphone data to enforce quarantine orders.” There’s more on the topic here: (link).

Virus news in brief

Source: Today’s Guardian live blog unless otherwise stated

  • The International Monetary Fund is warning that the world now faces the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression in the early 1930s.

  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) continues to be in short supply across the world. In the UK, the leader of the opposition Sir Keir Starmer said it was “insulting” to suggest health careworkers were “wasting” personal protective equipment. His comments come after the health secretary, Matt Hancock, reminded NHS workers not to “overuse” PPE and to follow the guidelines for its correct use. Starmer tweeted: “It is quite frankly insulting to imply frontline staff are wasting PPE. There are horrific stories of NHS staff and care workers not having the equipment they need to keep them safe. The government must act to ensure supplies are delivered.”

  • Britain has not yet reached the Covid-19 peak which would allow for an easing of tight restrictions of movement, health minister Matt Hancock said on Saturday. The death toll in British hospitals has reached almost 9,000, with 980 more deaths reported on Friday, a figure which exceeded the deadliest day so far in Italy, the country worst hit by the virus.

  • South Korean officials said stricter controls are required because some of the 57,000 people who are under orders to stay home have slipped out by leaving behind smartphones with tracking apps. The authorities are threatening to place wristbands on people that need to self quarantine to be able to track them (Personal note: Like other countries we use the same technology in the UK to track convicted criminals who must stay at home due to imposed curfews).

  • The Philippines has temporarily banned health workers from leaving for overseas jobs in an attempt to strengthen its own health systems.

  • The Thai New Year is about to start which usually triggers boisterous parties but they’re banned this year as are alcohol sales temporarily; a 10-day ban on the sale of wine, beer and spirits in the capital Bangkok went into effect on Friday. Some 47 of Thailand’s 77 provinces have implemented bans to April 15 or until the end of the month, the interior ministry said in a statement.

  • The prices of key staples, barring cereals, have surged nearly three times from a month ago because of a noticeable supply shock amid the three-week nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic, according to official and market data reviewed by Hindustan Times.

  • The US has become the first country in the world to record more than 2,000 coronavirus deaths in a single day.

  • Also USA, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Friday "most of the country" will not be able to reopen by May 1, despite suggestions from some Trump administration officials that next month may be a time to revisit strict social distancing guidelines (USA Today).

  • Also USA; The NY Times reports that a study shows that the Black and Latino death rate from Coronavirus is much higher than from white victims (link, subscription required). The disparity reflected longstanding and persistent economic inequalities and differences in access to health care, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday morning. “There are clear inequalities, clear disparities in how this disease is affecting the people of our city,” Mr. de Blasio said. “The truth is that in so many ways the negative effects of coronavirus — the pain it’s causing, the death it’s causing — tracks with other profound health care disparities that we have seen for years and decades.

  • Whilst on the topic of minority groups in the US being significantly affected by the Covid-19 spread, Robert Reich (US Secretary of Labor from 1993 to 1997) points out that on the Navajo Nation reservation, COVID has killed more people than in the entire state of New Mexico, which has a population 13 times larger (twitter).

  • If you’re not into Andy Slavitt’s twitter feed (he’s worth following at u/ASlavitt), yesterday’s (10th April his time) feed was about vulnerable members of society such as care homes, jails and people with disabilites. The TLDR; Care home staff are infected but not being tested, many staff are still doing rounds from home to home (they are not being tested either), many staff have no available PPE, hospitals are refusing to take care home patients, care homes are not permitting access to physicians to come in and assess patients, the staff are overburdened, residents are very lonely, family members cannot visit the residents. As for the veterans association, it has 3,000 reported infections of which ⅓ are staff, they too have insufficient PPE, there appears to be a lack of central management to react to the crisis. Prisoners and people with disabilities are in an even worse situation. See here for much more.

  • Italy has extended its lockdown for another 3 weeks.

  • Singapore has suspended the use of video-conferencing tool Zoom by teachers after “very serious incidents” in the first week of a coronavirus lockdown that has seen schools move to home-based learning, Reuters has reported. One incident involved obscene images appearing on screens and male strangers making lewd comments during the streaming of a geography lesson with teenage girls, media reports said. Taiwan and Germany have already curbed use of Zoom, while Google banned the desktop version from corporate laptops this week (Personal note: I can’t find any information whether the UK cabinet will continue to use it, they have been before). Concerns have grown over Zoom’s lack of end-to-end encryption of meeting sessions, routing of traffic through China and “zoombombing”, when uninvited guests crash meetings. Zoom also faces a class-action lawsuit. More on that story here.

  • When might we be able to travel again asks the LA Times - the answer being that it depends on who you ask, where you’re travelling from and where you’re going to.

  • Boeing debates bailout, and explores layoffs, credit, other measures - Business Insider reports (subscription required) that Boeing is still deciding whether to apply for up to $17 billion in loans from the federal government, part of the coronavirus bailout package, or the CARES Act. The company, which has about $15 billion in liquidity available, may need to raise as much as $20 billion more this year in order to survive the COVID-19 crisis but is reluctant to accept the federal aid due to the strings attached. Signs over the past week have suggested that Boeing is seeking other options, including private loans, cost reductions through layoffs, and seeking available cash through forward payments.

Supply chain news in depth

Two more significant companies in the US trucking and transportation field have implemented layoffs and furloughs - Freightwaves reports that Echo Global Logistics they had a “small reduction” in staff this week that constitutes less than 5% of the company’s workforce. “A large portion of these were furloughs and will come back as business conditions dictate,” (the CEO) wrote. Of those who were not furloughed but dismissed from the company, they were provided with severance, according to Waggoner. At less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier Saia, the President and Chief Operating Officer told FreightWaves in an email that the company “temporarily re-aligned some sales functions, which included a furloughing of a small number of sales personnel.” Saia has the “intention of bringing them back as business levels warrant.” No numbers on the size of the staff impacted was provided.

Supply chain news in brief

  • Since mid-March, sales have fallen an average of 85% on California’s 225 flower and foliage farms, while the labor force has dropped by a similar proportion, according to the California Cut Flower Commission, a state agency that promotes the industry. That could spell the end of many farms in California’s $360-million cut-flower industry. “This is our busiest and most profitable time of the year,” (a wholesaler) said. “So, it’s absolutely the worst time for something like this to happen.” The LA Times has more.

  • Floridians - farmers are starting to sell direct to consumer because their business to business (b2b) markets have dried up. If you live there and can support them, see a list of farmers here

  • Toronto food wholesalers are following a trend in many countries and starting to sell to the general public. If you’re a Torontonian, see here for more info.

  • Defense news is warning that 2nd and 3rd tier suppliers are starting to experience adverse impacts from the Covid-19 outbreak which raises the risk of being unable to fulfil ongoing deliverable requirements to the Pentagon. “The whole supply chain is a mess right now,” said an employee of one electronics manufacturer that provides components for both commercial and defense products. The source, whose name and company affiliation Defense News is withholding to protect the individual from reprisal, described challenges with working from home and retaining workers on the production line. Some colleagues, the source said, are choosing to take paid leave or voluntary layoffs rather than risk exposure to COVID-19. “We are at 20 percent capability,” the source said.

  • U.S. aero parts maker Triumph Group Inc said it was furloughing about 2,300 employees across its U.S. and European plants for two to four weeks to cut capacity linked to Boeing commercial aircraft programs amid the coronavirus outbreak. The company will give one week of pay and will cover the employee share of medical premiums during the furlough period, it said in a statement on Friday. Triumph Group also said it will cut about 200 full-time positions due to fall in demand, adding that the reductions will be completed by May 1. Reuters has more (link).

  • Boeing today delivered the first set (2,300) of reusable 3D-printed face shields to support healthcare professionals working to stop the spread of COVID-19. Boeing is set to produce thousands more face shields per week, gradually increasing production output to meet the growing need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the United States. Distribution of additional face shields will be coordinated with HHS and FEMA based on immediate needs. Airlive.net has more on the story. In a related story CNN is reporting that fake masks are starting to infiltrate established supply chains (more on that one here).

  • Boeing to restart some work on jets in Washington as early as Monday says the Seattle Times - before clarifying it’s only 2,500 staff (out of the 30,000 who work at Boeing’s HQ). Those called back will be deployed at company defense programs — including the Navy’s P-8 anti-submarine plane built in Renton and the Air Force KC-46 tanker built in Everett — as well as maintenance operations at Moses Lake in support of the grounded 737 MAXs stored there.

  • USA: As more citizens become aware of the importance of supply chains, there’s been an outpouring of appreciation for truckers during the crisis. Freightwaves explores whether it may spur lasting change for the appreciation of the hard work of truckers across the country as well as an increase in truck driver recruitment rates.

  • Airline stats - for anyone interested in passenger aviation statistics in the US, try here.

  • The Polar Air owned 747 freighter registration N451PA has been busy this week; freight Radar 24 reports in the past few days it flew around the world; Cincinnati to Leipzig to Bahrain to Incheon (Seoul) to Shenzhen to Tokyo Narita to Anchorage and back to Cincinnati.

  • Seafreight: CMA CGM details delay in transit global offering - Splash247 reports that CMA CGM, the world’s fourth largest containerline, has outlined details of its new business continuity pack, a range of solutions to adapt and protect the supply chains of its customers during the coronavirus. Among new services, like rival MSC, CMA CGM is launching a delay in transit offering, allowing clients to temporarily store containers in a dedicated hub as demand at end destinations remains dormant. “With this new solution, clients can control and reduce costs related to warehousing and storage, as well as other expenses that can add up while their cargo is being transported,” CMA CGM stated in a release.

  • Seafreight: MSC (major container ship operator) says it’s been the victim of a cyber attack says Splash247 (link)

  • Seafreight: Recently I’ve flagged that vessel crew swaps is problematic in many countries; today Splash247 reports that the European Commission is attempting to designate ports where fast-track crew changes can take place (link). (Personal note: this is welcome news and badly needed to get exhausted crews off and replacement crews - many in need of salaries to support families back home in lower income countries - on board).

  • Seafreight: Indian port congestion is starting to clear says Port Technology (link). The Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) and the Port of Chennai, the first and third biggest ports in India respectively, have reported that their operations are beginning to return to normal.

  • The lithium ion battery industry is braced for a demand decline of 15-25% in 2020 following the evaporation of electric vehicle (EV) demand in the last month due to the coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic. Benchmark Mineral Intelligence says that Tier 1 cell producers in Asia are preparing for a minimum decrease in shipments of 15% in 2020 as producers adjust their medium term business plans to the fluid situation that has the potential to change on a weekly basis. There’s more here.

  • In the UK, the illegal drugs markets are getting negatively affected by the virus too. Party drug demand is down substantially whilst the price of 1 oz marajuana (circa 28g) has risen by 50%. Vice has more on the topic here.


Several asked if they can send me $/£/€ via Patreon (in some cases because I've saved them time or money, others for no reason at all). I don't need the cash (that's lovely though) but food bank charities are getting really hit hard with all this panic buying. Please consider giving whatever you'd have given me to a foodbank charity instead:
UK: https://www.trusselltrust.org/
France: https://www.banquealimentaire.org/
Germany: https://www.tafel.de/
Netherlands: https://www.voedselbankennederland.nl/steun-ons/steun-voedselbank-donatie/
Italy: https://www.bancoalimentare.it/it/node/1
Spain: https://www.fesbal.org/
Australia: https://www.foodbank.org.au/
Canada: https://www.foodbankscanada.ca/
USA: https://www.feedingamerica.org/
Thanks in advance for any donations you give. If there's foodbank charities in your country and it's not listed above, please suggest it and I will include it going forward.

I ran out of time to also do the stats, sorry. No post tomorrow (Sunday), Monday's (if I manage to make time) is highly likely to be posted evening UK time. Apologies for any inconvenience caused to anyone.
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