Deepen Your Analytical Skills with Classical and Historical Texts
It is not enough to read well. Students must demonstrate the ability to answer a unique set of questions about the text, subtext, structure, diction, and more. With the practice and feedback, students will become experts on the specific question types on the SAT. They will be able to recognize the main idea of the passage, understand the purpose of small details, infer the meaning of a word, and interpret data and improve reasoning skills. Two question types that appear on every page of the SAT are Word-in-Context and Evidence Questions. Our SAT100 Three-Part Assignments will help you master these questions.
Our Practice Workbook Based on the Classical Texts
To score high on the new SAT, students must navigates academic texts with ease an speed. Our SAT100 Program addresses this need, providing challenging reading assignments from the selections from 100 books recommended by the College Board.
Three-Part Assignment of the SAT100 Program
Read two books per 30-day period. You provide your own books. You can borrow the books from the library, purchase them, or download eBooks.
Complete the online writing assignment corresponding to the books. The assignments include vocabulary, reading comprehension, and an essay.
Submit the completed assignment for the teacher feedback. Revise the essay based on the teacher's corrections and comments and resubmit for the final review.