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4-7 clever steps to reading a text and summarising it. How to identify the keywords/phrases in the text which teachers and examiners will always look out for in your summary. If they can't find them, you are toast. So, here are clever steps to guide you into spotting them, using them to frame or polish longer sentences into concise sentences in your summary.

Included also are inspiring words/statements you can use to keep you free from tension and panic so you can easily and quickly hammer any difficult text into a summary. Be amazed that the genius in you, after all, can be inspired to good success!

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(1) Identify the key points in the text, hereafter called keywords/phrases:

You can approach this in a number of ways. A clever way is to list out the sub-headings where provided (then proceed to step 5). If otherwise and in most cases, go to step (2).

(2) Read each paragraph and list out the keywords/phrases. Identify the key points by underlining or highlighting the keywords/phrases that make the point clear. Then list them out on the left/right side of the text or on a separate paper. If this has gone easy or good, then proceed to step (4).

(3) If you have difficulty with step (2) or the keywords/phrases are not easily discernable, here's a clever way to move forward.

First, you need to see the obvious beneath the complexity: this is not a problem caused ...

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