Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT
Beginning in 2005, the SAT is implementing major revisions, including: ? New reading sections? Analogies removed? Multiple-Choice Grammar and Usage Questions ? Modified Reading Questions.Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT addresses all of the revisions in the test without vocabulary studies.Students will benefit from:? Focused prefix, suffix, and root practice? Challenging inference exercises? Detailed critical reading exercises? New SAT-style writing and grammar exercisesRecommended for grade 10
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Scoring Guide for the SAT Writing Test
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