Part 3 of our SAT multi blog series focuses on the SAT Reading. Performing well on the SAT Reading requires your ability to demonstrate strong critical reading skills. This depends on your ability to read differently depending on the type of passage you’re reading, as well as your ability to attack the three types of questions: main ideas and details, rhetoric, and synthesis.
When working with our students, we help them to identify the type of passage, as well as how to determine rhetorical features such as text structure. We ensure that students have a strong command of the test, the content, and strategies. They will need all three to succeed on this and any standardized test they take.
If you're interested in either private tutoring or a structured test prep course, please visit our website, www.iescentralmass.net, or contact us at 508-213-8421. We look forward to helping you and your children with all of their test prep needs.
About the Author:
John Marderosian is the founder, owner, and operator of Innovative Education Solutions. He has more than 15 years of experience improving student outcomes and closing achievement gaps, as well as increasing the capacity of teachers to accomplish the same with their students.