Sentence Completion – Using Root Words

Sentence completion questions are a big part of the critical reading portion of the SAT and you can do much better on this section by using root words correctly. Yesterday’s post used the root word “phil” but do you know these words? philately  philharmonic  philogynist  philologist  philology  philosophize  philosophy Even without knowing the exact meaning…

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Test Prep Vocabulary – Root Words – “novus”

Today’s Root:  novus Word Building: novice – someone new to doing something novel – new, unseen and unheard of before Sample Sentence: The successful woman attributed her success to learning from the wisdom her mentor, Mr. Brown, displayed when she was just a novice.  

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Register for the January SAT

If you are planning to take the SAT in January, Saturday, December 28, 2012 is the last day you can register without paying late fees. This is also the last test for which a photo ID is not absolutely mandatory. For students taking the SAT in the United States and Canada, The Right Path also…

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A Moment of Silence for Newtown, CT

A week ago, December 14, 2013, the unthinkable happened when a gunman walked into an elementary school in Newtown Connecticut and senselessly gunned down innocent children and their beautiful teachers. There are no words to express the anguish we as a nation feel. You are in our hearts, in our thoughts, and will forever be…

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