How can a person not understand what he/she reads but can write like a pro?
I understand this. I have trouble answering multiple choice tests about reading passages because I have to do it in a timed setting. I don't feel like I have enough time to answer the questions about what I am reading, and that gets me really nervous when I am trying to take the test. So I end up doing not as well as I would like on reading comprehension tests. But I feel confident writing essays, even timed essays in which I have to analyze reading passages. So I do better with writing essays, by far.
I don't think the people are not understanding what they read when they fail the reading comp tests--it's just that they get freaked out or cannot deal with multiple choice reading questions that well or feel pressured for time on these tests.
Sometimes they don't understand questions or misunderstand the questions. Some paragraphs are tricky and have abstract meanings.
Writing , you can pass if you write in good structure and you support your topic with good evidence.
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