The Gods of college admissions testing are smiling on you: they provided you with the SAT Writing & Language section.
Why are we so excited about this section? Because this is easiest section of the test to improve, and improve significantly. Now, you can improve across all the sections of the SAT, but you can improve on the Writing & Language in the next five minutes.
All you need to do is A) to know the rules of grammar—specifically the rules of grammar that the SAT tests—and B) know the style of the questions on the test—and how to answer them.
Could it really be that easy? It really is.
Come on in; let us show you.
Ted Dorsey scored a perfect 1600 on the old-old SAT, a perfect 2400 on the old SAT, and a perfect 36 on the ACT. He is currently sitting on a 1590 on the new SAT, and if you want to watch Ted grumble, ask him about it.
He has been tutoring students for their college admissions tests since 2000. He is a graduate of Princeton (English, Theatre) and UCLA (M.A. in Education).
Ted has tutored literally thousands of students since 2000. He takes pride in helping students reach new and higher levels of achievement.
Tutor Ted is the author of six test prep books. You can find them on Amazon at this link right here.