The objective of the Common Sense SAT Workbook is simple: To help as many students as possible improve their SAT scores (Reading, Writing, Math) as much as possible. To achieve this end, the following means are provided: For each subject, a concise synopsis of test-taking techniques to help answer more questions correctly; for Reading, a basic study of Latin prefixes, roots and suffixes to improve vocabulary; for Writing, a complete English primer to learn or review the rules of grammar; and for Math, also a complete primer to learn or review all the skills and operations required for the test. For Writing and Math, each rule, skill or operation is defined, exemplified, proceeded by a set of ten related problems, then cross-referenced against the ten tests within the Official SAT Study Guide : Second Edition, the only available source for real SATs. Summarily, if a student makes an effort as well as learns from his or her mistakes -- a cornerstone to any good education -- then his or her SAT scores will naturally and significantly increase.Derived from the scoring rubric on the preceding page, the chart below addresses the most important factors to scoring well on the SAT Essay. The values appropriated to each factor are unofficial approximations. Effective or good writing takesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Common Sense Sat Workbook|
|Author||:||Igl Jon C. Freeman, Jon C. Freeman Igl|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2010-01|