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A excessive rating at the SAT try is a vital consider gaining admittance to most sensible faculties and universities. Acing the SAT 2006 is helping scholars prepared themselves for the problem via either perform checks and skill-improving workouts. The advisor bargains quickly, centred classes within the parts that scholars have to examine such a lot, in addition to perform try questions that organize scholars for the maths, severe reasoning, and written sections of the try. The booklet contains a password at no cost entry to LearningExpress's on-line SAT direction, which supplies checks and quick scoring with designated resolution causes for all questions, together with the all-important essay. research abilities and time administration necessities also are coated, besides suggestions on how you can join the attempt and the way to organize for and accomplish an excellent SAT ranking.
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Therefore, the word that will contrast with the idea in the first unit is in opposition to solitary. What is an antonym of solitary? Solitary means alone. You might choose the word social. ” Then you look for the word in the answer choices that is a synonym of the word you chose. Comparison There are two kinds of comparison relationships: comparison by similarity and comparison by restatement. Words that signal comparison are words such as likewise, similarly, and and. Phrases that introduce comparisons are just as, as -------- as, for example, as shown and as illustrated by.
And there will always be enough information within the sentence so that you can answer without having any outside knowledge. Stick to the information within the sentence itself. 6. When you think you know what idea the answer word needs to express, it’s time to look at the answers. If you see an answer choice that seems to match your idea, try plugging the answer into the sentence to see if it is internally consistent. qx 11/21/05 6:42 PM Page 45 – THE SAT CRITICAL READING SECTION – means, check to see if it fits into the sentence without introducing any new ideas.
You may find you prefer nonsense words instead, such as yadayada or blah-blah. As the meaning of the sentence gradually becomes clear, you can start substituting words that might work in the sentence. 4. Now that you have the gist of the sentence, it’s time to think about filling in the blanks. It is crucial at this point that you do not look at the answers! Because the SAT has so many distracter answers that will look right if you haven’t deciphered the meaning of the sentence, it would be a mistake to look at the answers to see what word(s) might go in the blank(s).
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