By Sharon Weiner Green M.A.
This up to date fourteenth variation concentrates at the SAT's serious interpreting part with routines reflecting either SAT query forms: sentence finishing touch and analyzing comprehension.
The workbook additionally provides test-taking guidance and an intensive vocabulary overview.
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It can be inferred from the passage that another example of a word with both inherent and conventional associations to its meaning is (A) hiss (B) hike (C) hold (D) candle (E) telephone 17. The author contends that conventional symbols (A) are less meaningful than accidental ones (B) necessarily have an innate connection with an emotion (C) can be pictorial as well as linguistic (D) are less familiar than universal symbols (E) appeal chiefly to conventionally minded people 18. Which of the following would the author be most likely to categorize as a conventional symbol?
There are ten sections on the test. You are given 25 minutes apiece to complete seven of them. They are: • 1 essay-writing section • 2 critical reading sections • 2 mathematics sections • 1 writing skills section • 1 “experimental” section (critical reading, writing skills, or mathematics) The eighth and ninth sections take 20 minutes apiece. They are: • 1 critical reading section • 1 mathematics section Finally, there is an additional 10-minute section. It is: • 1 writing skills section These sections will all appear on the SAT.