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SAT Critical Reading Question Type

“It is a measure of the critical thinking skills you'll need for academic success in college. The SAT assesses how well you analyze and solve problems—skills that you develop over years of schooling and in your outside reading and study. The test is designed to allow you to demonstrate your abilities in these areas, regardless of the particular type of instruction you've received or textbooks you've used.”

“These important abilities—understanding and analyzing written material, drawing inferences, differentiating shades of meaning, drawing conclusions, and solving math problems—are necessary for success in college and life in general. This doesn't mean that the SAT is irrelevant to your course work, however; the SAT is closely aligned with the type of skills being taught in the classroom and necessary for college success.”


SAT Critical Reading Directory!!!

  • Precise Cats
  • Vocab in Context
  • Detail
  • Inference (Suggest/Imply/Indicate/supports/would most likely)
  • Lit Technique
  • Primary Purpose (In Order To/Serves To/Primary Purpose of whole or part of passage)
  • Organization/Structure
  • Analogy
  • Assumption
  • Strengthen Weaken
  • Tone
  • Tags I, II, III
  • Except/Not/Least
  • Dual
  • Detail
  • Inference
  • Main Idea
  • Primary Purpose
  • Analogy
  • Tone
  • Blank Question Formats