New SAT Reading 800: Guaranteed Results
This is a comprehensive course that will teach you how to score perfectly on the reading section.
You will learn how to connect the passage, questions, and answers in order to pick the right answer every time. I have helped students who have tried expensive prep courses but been unable to improve on their reading – even some of my 9th grade students have scored perfectly on the SAT.
All you need to complete this course is a determination to succeed and a copy of the official practice tests from the College Board website.
Nothing gives me greater pleasure than helping my students achieve their goals. Let me help you achieve yours!
Find out what you will learn in this course and how it will help you ace the SAT reading test.
About half of all answer choices are direct details. This lesson is the easiest way to boost your score quickly!
Some answer choices are not exactly the same as what is said in the passage. Learn how to distinguish between a correct answer and one that uses too much inference.
Some answer choices sound confusing... Learn how to understand what these answers mean and how to pick the right one.
Analogies and assumptions are not that common, but if you want to score 800, you have to be prepared for every type of answer!
Expository passages are the most common type of passage. What information is the author trying to convey? If you learn this skill, you will be able to succeed in the SAT, in school, and in business!
We often read narratives for fun. But learn how to read with purpose to get the most meaning out of a story in one attempt.
Some passages require us to compare and contrast two passages. Learn how to read these 2 passage sections so that you can answer the questions quickly.
450 words you MUST know in order to ace the reading section.
What's the main idea of a passage? This one will be easy if you paid attention during the reading skills lessons.
Authors use different kinds of logic to develop their arguments. Learn how to answer these types of questions.
This the most common type of question, so make sure you pay attention!
These questions are my favorite! They are free points for the questions themselves and the ones before them.
"Why did the author include this sentence?" You'll find out how to determine purpose in this lesson.
Some questions require you to connect details from 2 passages. Don't panic. Watch this lesson and find out how to do it!
Learn how to read graphs quickly and effectively.
Not only do you need to know how to read graphs, but you also need to know how to connect the graphs to the passages. Find out how!
Vocabulary in context questions require that you pick the best substitute for a word. Do you know what tricks to looks out for?
Metaphors, anecdotes, and hyperboles... Oh my! Learn what kinds of rhetoric you need to memorize.
Get ready to take the next step on your road to acing the reading section.