In 1775, Patrick Henry gave his famous “Give me Liberty or Give me Death speech. This package contains the text of the speech and a series of multiple choice questions to practice and check reading comprehension for the SAT.
Let’s try something new to improve your SAT Reading score with Emmaline Pankhurst’s 1913 speech in Hartford, Connecticut. Below you will find a PDF download of a speech by Emmaline Pankhurst along with a vocabulary list with definitions. Read the speech and take notes, identifying the main points. Then watch my walk-through of the passage…
Practice your SAT Reading with this speech by Amelia Earhart about Women’s role in Science.
Why your low SAT Reading score is keeping you from attending university and what you can do about it.
Download a FREE SAT Reading Practice Passage based on Wilke Collins’ The Moonstone.
Use your pencils widely with Process of Elimination on the SAT
Raise your SAT Reading score with this Practice Passage excerpted from Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice with vocabulary list, reading questions, and answer key.
An SAT style Reading Practice Passage using Mark Twain’s short story The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. Contains a Vocabulary List, Reading questions and an answer key.
Answers and Explanations for the Reading and Writing Sections of the April 2017 QAS for the SAT
An SAT style practice passage based on an excerpt from Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days.