SAT Reading lists are a missing component to your study plan. Tutors tell students to read more. But the choices are endless, and nobody wants to waste time with ineffective materials. Below you will find lists that have been curated to give you 1 article a day for 5 days. There are also guided reading questions and a vocabulary list with context based definitions.
Week 1 SAT Reading List
WEEK 2 SAT Reading List
The best way to improve SAT reading skills is through practice with SAT reading lists. However, students often get stuck trying to decide what they should read and how to know whether they read accurately?
This SAT Reading List of articles, speeches, and short story has been selected to painlessly provide students with a set of 5 reading articles supported by a context based vocabulary list with definitions and guiding reading questions. There is also an answer key to allow students to check for themselves how accurate their reading was.
Science Article: Will Climate change make animals darker–or lighter? by Sam Kean
Science Article: Are Monarchs Endangered? Scientists debate as United States mulls protection by Elizabeth Pennisi
Social Science Article: What is the Laziness Lie? A Social Scientist explains by Devon Price, PhD
History Passage: The Four Freedoms Speech by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jan. 6, 1941
Literature Selection: Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut
The goals of these practice materials are to
- Identify Vocabulary deficits
- Improve identification of Main ideas and main points
- Check for Comprehension errors
- Build knowledge
WEEK 3 SAT Reading List
SAT Reading List WEEK 4
SAT Reading Week 5
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SAT Reading Practice Week 7
SAT Reading Practice Week 8
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