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In a couple days I'll be taking the SAT of Oct. 6. I really need to get ready for this test. Like two days ago in my English class I took a sample grammer test of the SAT and I did poorly. 7 question right out of 42 and I didn't even finish the test! I became depressed after learning my score. I can't understand why I received such a low score if I'm passing my Honors English Class with an A. Anyways.......

Can anybody post a link that provides grammer questions or tips to improved my grammer skills? I really need the help. Thanks for your time.
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You will find more material than you can possibly read before October 6 by using Google or a similar search engine. Just put in the word "grammar", or any of the topics within grammar, such as "grammar verb" or "grammar sentence tense" -- that sort of thing. Be sure to spell the word "grammar" correctly!Emotion: smile
Hi L W48,

If I were in your shoes I would find as many SAT books that had sample exams as possible. Then I would lock myself in a room with a ball and chain around my leg. I would do test after test after test and keep going until I finished them all. As you go through the grammar portion, you will learn what they are testing for. After a period of time, you will discover that there is a pattern or rhythm to the questions. It's actually rather fun watching your score rise over time as you begin to catch on.

Fear is a great motivator for learning. You can learn a tremendous amount in a short period of time if you are focused.

Good luck.

MountainHiker
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Well for one, I'm not the type of guy who likes to study, however for this test I am very focused to pass it. I just got 1 SAT book and it already seems to be helping me out really well. I'm only page 50 out of like 800 and I've already learned a lot but I can't retain everything I learn. I tend to forget information easily.
Don't just do new tests every day. Revise. Repetition is the mother of learning.
Good luck.
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