Overview1. Making Brain Connections to Become An Expert Reader. 2. Remembering What You Read. 3. Developing Your College Vocabulary. 4. Locating Stated Main Ideas. 5. Finding Supporting Details. 6. Using Inference to Identify Implied Main Ideas. 7. Recognizing Patterns of Organization. 8. Using Preview, Study-Read, and Review (PSR). 9. Taking Control of Your Textbook: Marking and Note Taking. 10. Using Visuals to Increase Your Understanding of Textbooks. 11. Understanding and Creating Arguments. 12. Reading Arguments Critically. 13. Reading Beyond The Words. Appendix. Test Taking Strategies.