Apart from this, the level of understanding is highly dependent on the interrelation of different parts of the text as well as the degree of redundancy of the information being discussed upon (a partially redundant text helps the reader stay in greater touch with the text). The way in which a text is organized also allows the users to make certain predictions and compare them with the actual outcomes of the subsequent information. This comparison between the desired and the most logically believed outcomes and the actual outcomes determines the level of coherence between the message being conveyed by the text and the manner in which the reader interprets the meaning.