Prepare for New SAT scoring success with a book full of practice questions & answers specifically created for the redesigned exam!
Work smarter, not harder, with The Princeton Review’s 500+ Practice Questions for the New SAT. In this book, you’ll get a first look at the types of questions you’ll find on the Redesigned SAT, which has a greater emphasis on advanced math, evidence-based reading and writing, critical reading skills, and real-world analysis.
Each practice question is accompanied by detailed answer explanations that provide the step-by-step strategies you need to help you beat the new test! (This book focuses on providing questions for you to use as SAT drill practice—for a complete guide to the New SAT, including content review & scoring strategies, check out The Princeton Review's Cracking the New SAT, 2016 Edition.)
The Changes You Need to Know to Help Get a High Score.
· An introductory guide to the major changes made to the SAT
· Hands-on exposure to the new four-choice format as well as multi-step problems, passage-based grammar questions, and extended thinking grid-ins
· Valuable practice with complex reading comprehension passages
· Opportunities to apply and perfect math skills in both real-world, cross-subject settings and abstract formats
Practice Your Way to Perfection.
· Work through all 500+ practice questions to help hone the higher-level math and critical-reading skills being tested
· Assess your current knowledge and use specific drills to improve your skills
· Increase your ability to interpret, create, and use data and evidence from a variety of sources
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