1.read the rubrics for each part carefully. This may save time as you can give information about the overall context for the text
2.read through the whole of the texts for Parts 1-3 before attempting the questions. If you start answering questions too hastily by selecting the first options that look possible superficially, you may later discover that you were wrong and waste time doing the questions all over again.
3.make sure that the answers for Part 1 are justified in terms of genuine paraphrases in the texts or extracts, equivalent to the statements, and are not based on a purely superficial resemblance, such as simple ‘word-spotting’