33 Test Prep Tutorials
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When taking the English portion of the ACT, students will run into questions in which a sentence is grammatically incorrect and they will need to choose the best option to change it. Often, two of these answers are actually grammatically correct, however, one will be more simple, and one will often add details or extra…
The SAT tends to trick students into quickly answering a question that looks too familiar. For example they ask about averages and the knee-jerk response is to add the values and divide by the quantity of elements. This does not work for rates (for example: speed).
Ana is big. they are beautiful. she is kind. I am cheerful. She was crying yesterday. We were here last month.
Sat Physics subject questions on waves and their properties, with detailed solutions, similar to the questions in the SAT test are presented. Thousands of math problems and questions with solutions and detailed explanations are included. Free math tutorials and problems to help you explore and gain deep understanding of math, calculus, trigonometry and geometry topic.
Critical reading aspects of the Reading section for the SAT require the student to complete a sentence or passage by selecting the appropriate response.
A sample question similar to some that might show up on the GRE Math portion.
Most people learning English as a foreign language have problems with pronouncing words correctly, and since we speak with sounds pronouncing a word incorrectly can end up in devastating consequences.
This is the problem in the probability and statistics asked frequenlty in the GRE-Quant section .In this problem ,we will have a look at the typical problem in the subject area which lays foundation concept for the further problems related to the probability which carries important portion in the GRE examination.
Have you studied for the SAT and run into passages from 18th and 19th literature? Or worse yet, on the test itself? My latest SAT student read a passage from Moll Flanders (1722), rolled his eyes, and said, “What did that even mean?” I can understand his frustration. Writing from even the 1850s can seem…