Error Identification Questions

Illogical Comparisons: Why You Can’t Compare Apples to Oranges

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

Wow, I really suck at maintaining a blog. I thank those of you who’ve been reading regularly and letting me know that my advice is helping you prepare for your tests. You’ve motivated me to get back to blogging my SAT strategies more regularly. On that note, today we continue with the fourth question type […]

SAT Parallelism that has Nothing to do with Math

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

Continuing along with the Error Identification Question on the SAT Writing Sections, we come today to Faulty Parallelism Errors. Certain sets of words in a sentence, or the general design of a sentence, often require parallel construction in order to nicely balance the sentence. This is what Parallelism Errors on the SAT test for – […]

The Most Commonly Tested Error on The SAT Writing Sections

Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Continuing with Writing Section Error Identification questions, today I’ll be discussing how to conquer Pronoun Errors. One thing you should note about Pronoun Errors are that they are the most common question-types tested on the Writing Sections, so pay close attention. First the basics. What is a Pronoun? Pronouns are simply general nouns that are […]

The 10 Grammatical Concepts You Need to Know to Ace the SAT Writing Sections (MC)

Monday, April 21st, 2008

The big lie of the SAT Reasoning Test is that the Writing Sections test a student’s writing proficiency. Even the 25-minute written essay is not as subjective as you may think. However, I’m not going to get into the Essay today (I’ll go over that in another post). Instead, this post will focus on the […]