SAT Reading Practice Questions and Videos
1) Reading: Science Part 1
2) Reading: Science Part 2
3) Reading: Literature Part 1
4) Reading: Literature Part 2
5) Reading: History and social studies Part 1
6) Reading: History and social studies Part 2
7) Reading: Social science Part 1
8) Reading: Social science Part 2
9) Writing: Argument Example1
10) Writing: Informative Example1
11) Writing: Narrative Example1
12) Active reading step | Social Science passage
13) Active Reading Step | Science passage
14) Explicit meaning and citing textual evidence
The SAT Reading Test assesses your ability to read and interpret a variety of texts similar to the reading you will find in college and your career. All of the questions on the reading test are linked to a passage, a pair of passages, or a passage with an informational graphic or two, such as tables, charts, and graphs. Each reading test consists of five passages with 10 to 11 questions each, for a total of 52 questions.
You will have 65 minutes to complete 52 Questions
SAT Practice Topics
Passages on the reading test cover a range of topics under two main text types:
- Literary, which includes works of fiction from the United States and around the world
- Informational, which includes science, social science, founding documents, and the great global conversations they inspire
1) U.S. and World Literature.
Includes prose fiction texts, both contemporary and classic, by American and international authors. These texts may be intact short stories or passages from novels and short stories and written by either well-known or less well-known authors working in the eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, or twenty-first centuries.
2) History/Social Studies.
The History/Social Studies domain comprises texts in two subareas: Social Science and Founding Documents/Great Global Conversation.
The Social Science subarea includes passages that deal with information and ideas drawn from the fields of anthropology, communication studies, economics, education, human geography, law, linguistics, political science, psychology, and sociology and their various subfields. Social Science passages will sometimes include graphics or pairs of passages. Questions will ask you to determine relationships between the graphic or to analyze how two paired passages relate to one another.
Includes passages that deal with information and ideas drawn from biology, chemistry, physics, and Earth science and their various subfields. Passages may discuss recent discoveries, interesting hypotheses and theories, and innovative research studies and methods. Science passages will sometimes include graphics or pairs of passages. Questions will ask you to determine relationships between the graphic or to analyze how two paired passages relate to one another.
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