Master the SAT: Sentence Completion Strategies: Chapter 3 of 20
Peterson's Master the SAT: Sentence Completion Strategies offers readers a focus on the sentence completion questions that are part of the Critical Reading section of the SAT. Readers will learn all about sentence completions, which test the strength of your vocabulary and general verbal ability--especially your ability to understand the logic of sentences. Readers will learn the basic steps and top strategies for solving sentence completions.
In addition readers will also benefit from the "Top 10 Strategies to Raise Your Score" to help score high on test day.
Master the SAT: Sentence Completion Strategies is a chapter of Master the SAT 2011, which offers readers 6 full-length practice tests and in-depth review of the Critical Reading; Writing, and Math sections, as well as top test-taking tips to score high on the SAT.
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