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SAT Order of Difficulty

Like most standardized tests, the SAT lists problems in ascending order of difficulty. Therefore, when trying to decide which questions to skip, save the last. NOTE: - Some sections subsections Sat. Within these subdivisions, the problems also rise in order of difficulty. For example, one of the writing sections has three subsections: error identification, improving sentences and improving paragraphs. So when the section starts with improving ... Full story

SAT The “2 OUT OF 5″ Rule

It is considerably harder for a good but incorrect answer-choice than it is to produce the correct answer. For this reason, usually only two attractive answer-choices are offered: One correct, the other either intentionally misleading or only partially correct. The other three answer-choices are usually fluff. This makes educated guess on the SAT very effective. If you remove lint from the three choices, your probability of ... Full story


What is the difference between the SAT and the PSAT/NMSQT*? The only difference between the SAT and the PSAT/NMSQT is the format. Indeed, PSAT/NMSQT questions are ... Full story
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