Pride and Prejudice: The First Proposal
Are looking for more practice passages for SAT Reading? I have just uploaded another FREE passage with SAT style reading questions.
A vocabulary list with definitions, a full excerpt from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, 14 SAT style reading questions and an answer key are in the pdf. This package can be downloaded for FREE from Teacherspayteachers.com. You don’t need to be a teacher, but you do need to register for a free account.
Why should I download it?
The only way to improve your reading skills is to practice, practice, practice. You don’t need to only read SAT material, but it should be the type of materials the College Board uses on the test. SAT reading practice will also help you with the other sections of the test as reading is a key skill in all of the sections.
What other SAT Reading passages do you have?
My Teacherspayteachers store has several other FREE SAT Reading practice passages you can use for SAT test prep. There are currently Literature (Fiction) and Global Conversation (History) passages, but I am working on producing some Science passages.
Why are all of your SAT reading practice passages old?
I use literature and speeches from older sources because they are in the public domain and I don’t need to obtain permission or pay for them. Additionally, old fashioned writing and vocabulary are major stumbling blocks for students. Consequently, if you practice more with older materials, you will find the SAT reading section easier to manage.
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