A lot of people think that doing well on the SAT comes down to how much you study, but in fact it’s more about how you study…
Critical reading is an important part of SAT exam. Here we have given a few, quick passages and all that you are required to do are to read them properly and then find the inherent meaning in them. 1. Famous painter James Whistler said, “Industry in art is a necessity—not […]
SAT passage reading is a part of the Critical Reading section of the SAT worth 800 points. While Critical reading is divided into two parts – Sentence Completion and Passage-Based Reading; the latter is what is more challenging, difficult of the sort. Passage-Based Reading questions need you to think and […]
Are you drawing up a blank while filling in the blanks? A closer look at the SAT Sentence Completion Questions and the good news is that there are pretty well-defined procedures for tackling these sentence completions. SAT sentence completion questions involve a sentence with one or two blanks where the […]
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Sentence completion questions make up a quarter part of the SAT Critical Reading Section of the SAT. Each Sentence Completion Question provides you with a sentence missing one or two words and requires you to choose the “Best Word/s” to fill in the blanks. All require you to make a […]
Cracking the vocabulary and comprehension sections is not an impossible deal, but you will need loads of practice to get through the 70 minutes Critical Reading Test. The first thing that you need to do is take an online SAT vocabulary test to see where exactly you stand. Websites like […]
Here are some tests by Catherine on passage based reading SAT Passage-Based Reading Test SAT Passage Based Reading Test #2
There are two types of critical reading portion in SAT: the sentence completion and the reading comprehension questions, which are both divided into three (3) sections, each of which has its own formatting. You should expect to see something like the following on your test, but not necessarily as it […]
In my last post Subjective and objective personal pronouns, I discussed the difference between personal pronouns in the objective case and in the subjective case. In this post, I’ll discuss reflexive pronouns, another type of personal pronouns which is often tested on the SAT Writing section. What are reflexive pronouns? […]
Like subject-verb agreement, which I discussed in my last post, personal pronouns are a simple grammatical concept that can become a challenge on the SAT. Students are often confused about when to use what form of the pronoun—for example, for first person singular, when should you use “me” and when […]
In previous posts, I had explored some critical reading tips. Now, I focus on the sentence completions section of the critical reading.