SAT Prep Plus 2020: 5 Practice Tests + Proven Strategies + Online
Congratulations on taking this important step in your college admissions process! By studying with Kaplan, you’ll maximize your score on the SAT, a major factor in your overall college application.
Our experience shows that the greatest SAT score increases result from active engagement in the preparation process. Kaplan will give you direction, focus your preparation, and teach you the specific skills and effective test-taking strategies you need to know for the SAT. We will help you achieve your top performance on test day, but your effort is crucial. The more you invest in preparing for the SAT, the greater your chances of achieving your target score and getting into your top-choice college.
Are you registered for the SAT? Kaplan cannot register you for the official SAT. If you have not already registered for the upcoming SAT, talk to your high school guidance counselor or visit the College Board’s website at www.collegeboard.org to register online and for information on registration deadlines, test sites, accommodations for students with disabilities, and fees.
Kaplan’s practice tests are just like the actual SAT. By taking a practice exam you will prepare yourself for the actual test day experience. Two of your practice tests are included in this book and three more can be accessed online. See the “Digital Resources” section below to learn how to access your online practice tests.
The chapters in this book follow a standard format to make this book as easy to use as possible. Most chapters in this book start with a section called “How Much Do You Know?” that allows you to get a sense of how comfortable you already are with the material in the chapter. Answers and explanations follow immediately in the “Check Your Work” section. Each lesson in a chapter starts with a question typical of the way the SAT tests a given topic and ends with a set of practice questions called “Try on Your Own.” There is yet another practice set at the end of each chapter called “How Much Have You Learned?” to reinforce the concepts explained in the chapter. Answers and Explanations for the “Try on Your Own” and “How Much Have You Learned?” sections are provided at the end of each chapter for easy reference.
Different topics are worth different numbers of points on the SAT because they show up more or less frequently in questions. By studying the information released by the College Board, Kaplan has been able to determine how often certain topics are likely to appear on the SAT, and therefore how many points these topics are worth on test day. If you master a given topic, you can expect to earn the corresponding number of SmartPoints on test day.
We have used a 600-point scale for Smartpoints because that’s the number of points you can earn within the Math and Verbal subscores: the SAT scoring scale is 200–800, so there are 800 − 200 = 600 points to be earned within each major section of the test. The breakdown of SmartPoints for Math, Reading, and Writing & Language are summarized in the following tables. Keep in mind that these values are approximate because testing administrations differ.
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