500+ Practice Questions for the New SAT: Created for the Redesigned 2016 Exam (College Test Preparation)
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- a great practice resource for students confident in their current SAT strategy and tactics
- doesn’t sufficiently cover the Writing section’s content
- working through the whole book is a surefire way to arrive on exam day in full focus and readiness
All test prep and no play won’t keep exam anxiety at bay. And if one is so minded to include “fun practice problems” into the definition of play, at least for ambitious disciples of the SAT, 500+ Practice Questions for the New SAT should do much to imbue confidence into readers which each question they tackle.
Having advertised hundreds of practice questions in its title, the book might actually disappoint those looking for complete coverage of the exam; most lacking in attention, for example, is the Writing section, whose Drills section receives relatively short shrift in comparison to what Math and Critical Reading receive.
High school juniors and seniors ready to hone in on their test-taking speed and accuracy will peg 500+ Practice Questions as an abundant source of fodder for focused SAT exam test drives. The completion of all five hundred-odd questions will undoubtedly augment a student’s readiness for exam day, although she should seek an additional resource to concentrate more assiduously on handling Writing section content.
Delving into 500+ Practice Problems without the benefit of solid SAT strategy might produce more frustration than desired, making this particular book a better buy for those students who’ve already worked through at least one formal test prep title.