SAT (Fall 2023)
- Setting up ideas | Quick guide
- Writing: Setting Up Ideas — Video Lesson
- Strong support | Quick guide
- Writing: Strong Support — Video lesson
- Relevant information | Quick guide
- Writing: Relevant Information — Video lesson
- Sequencing sentences | Quick guide
- Writing: Sequencing sentences — Video lesson
- Transition words and phrases | Quick guide
- Writing: Transition Words — Video lesson
- Transition sentences | Quick guide
- Writing: Transition Sentences — Video Lesson
- Introductions and conclusions | Quick guide
- Writing: Introductions — Video lesson
- Writing: Conclusions — Video lesson
- Interpreting graphs and data | Quick guide
- Writing: Interpreting Graphs and Data — Video lesson
- Precise word choice | Quick guide
- Writing: Precision — Video Lesson
- Formal vs. casual language | Quick guide
- Writing: Formal and Informal Language — Video Lesson
- Frequently confused words | Quick guide
- Writing: Frequently Confused Words — Video Lesson
- Concision | Quick guide
- Writing: Concision — Video lesson
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- Thanks a lot!One of the best guides.But I have a question.What is the best way to learn conventional expressions?I mean, using language naturally with correct prepositions for particular words.(17 votes)
- I also wonder if there is a way to know what is the english the engligh can english, because I don't know either. Enough Books and articles can do the trick but I don think most of us are fond of that.(1 vote)
- How to predict our answer as I have practiced a lot and still can't figure this topic out.(2 votes)
- It's not about predicting the answer, but more about eliminating options until you have one choice left. In many SAT training centres they always ask us to rely on the Process Of Elimination, better known as POE.
So, for you to choose the best transition, you can follow this approach. It works well. You can always start by eliminating the most extreme and irrelevant options. At the end you may find yourself in a dilemma as you have to choose between two likely answer choices.
Then do POE again in such a manner that you have a solid reason for eliminating an option than choosing an option.
Hope this helps.(3 votes)
- Can i find any full practice test on khan academy for the digital SAT(2 votes)
- Unfortunately, Khan Academy does not have any full-length practice tests on it yet. You can find full-length practice tests for the digital SAT on College Board's Bluebook app, which also lets you see the answers and review what you missed. Khan Academy does have a separate section for the Digital SAT, though, which has some of its own articles and videos.(2 votes)
- When you start an introduction and they have the article name and the author of the book do you always have to write it?(1 vote)
- There is no rule that you have to include it in the essay rubric, but you probably should. Since your whole essay is going to be analyzing this author's article, you should really briefly introduce them and their work somewhere in the introduction. If you don't, you run the risk of your essay not sounding smooth when you bring up the article for evidence, as you haven't talked about what it is yet. Just a couple of words like some of the example essays use should suffice.(2 votes)
- Can I expect the same level of difficulty in real test?
Or it`s just to build up my basic?(0 votes)
- The practice tests will give you the best idea of how the passages will look. If you're talking about the two practice paragraphs given here, they are a lot shorter than the passages will be on the real SAT, though they're probably around the same level.(1 vote)