Sentence completion questions make up about 25% of the Critical Reading section on the SAT.
Each sentence completion question includes one or two blanks and you are required to find the best answer choice(s) to complete the sentence.
Below we'll explore specific test taking strategies for each individual section on the SAT.
The Critical Reading section of the SAT is broken down into two parts: Sentence Completion and Reading Comprehension.
In all 80 minutes are alloted for the completion of the Math ACT section (25 minutes for the "no calculator" section and 55 minutes for the "calculator" section.) The following are tips and techniques for improving your performance on the student produced response questions.
The SAT (Standard Aptitude Test) is an entrance exam in most US colleges and universities.
The following tips and strategies will help you improve your performance on the Written Essay portion of the Writing and Language section.
The questions in the multiple choice Writing section of the SAT are designed to test your skills in sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
The better a student scores on the SAT the better the chance of getting accepted to a reputable college or university.
The SAT is composed of 5 sections: Reading, Writing and Language, Math (No Calculator), Math (Calculator), and Essay (optional).