SAT Critical Reading Workbook

SAT Critical Reading Workbook

by Khalid Khashoggi


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This workbook contains ten full-length SAT-equivalent critical reading tests, three sections each, which total 670 questions. Answer keys are included along with scoring charts. Answer explanations are available online. (Free 30-hour online vocab course included with purchase).

Because it requires fine attention to detail and awareness of subtleties of tone and logic, the critical reading portion is one of the most tricky sections of the SAT. More than anything, consistent and rigorous practice is necessary for mastering this material. Such practice is exactly what this book - the latest in a series of expertly engineered SAT practice volumes - offers to students of all backgrounds.

This book distills decades of knowledge from veteran SAT teachers, drawing in passages that have been tested and proven in live classroom settings. Like no other, the sentence completion and reading comprehension exercises in this book represent the wealth and variety of material on real and relevant SATs. Passages in literature, social sciences, the humanities, and the natural sciences - along with a multitude of sentence completion exercises of all difficulty levels - give students an accurate SAT experience in the comfort of their own homes.

By using our materials, students will build the confidence they need to take control of the SAT. Even a section as notoriously difficult as the critical reading can be made manageable and approachable with these IES practice tests.

Note: the practice sections of this book are formatted based on the SAT prior to the Spring 2016 Redesign. For the current SAT format, please search our newer IES titles under "Advanced Practice Series".

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991388363
Publisher: ILEX Publishing
Publication date: 11/07/2014
Pages: 206
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

A career educator with a uniquely cosmopolitan outlook, Khalid Khashoggi graduated from Princeton University and traveled widely before settling in the New York-New Jersey area. There, he founded Integrated Educational Services, a tutoring company that has helped tens of thousands of students raise their standardized test scores--and attend the colleges of their dreams--since 2001. Determined to share his years of expertise, Khalid founded ILEX Publishing in 2013. Today, students all over the United States use the books in the ILEX SAT Advanced Practice Series to achieve their target scores. Each volume in the series delves into a specific SAT section--math, critical reading, or writing--in a manner that is systematic, straightforward, and enlightening. Today, ILEX continues to expand rapidly into new areas, including unique web resources, and continues to promote Khalid's vision: test prep that works in real classroom situations, that doesn't rely on platitudes and commonplaces, and that gives students the determination and the confidence to succeed.

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