College entrance tests require that you know the rules of punctuation. There’s no way around it, so let’s get right to it.Read More
Welcome to part 2 of my blog on English strategies. If you didn’t read part 1, you can check it out here.
Picture it now: you’re breezing through the ACT English or SAT Writing and Language section. Every question come easily to you, as you follow what your ear tells you is right. You didn’t need to learn grammar after all!
And then on one question it hits you: all of the answers sound right. Your ear cannot hear which one is wrong. You look at the next question and your ear has failed you again: all of the answers sound wrong.Read More
Here I bring you a two-part series about methods for the English/Writing and Language sections of the ACT and SAT.
Many students approach the English sections of the ACT and SAT with the mindset that they will go with whatever answer sounds right. Everyone who is taking college entrance exams already has a high aptitude in English. Isn’t this enough?Read More