SAT Critical Thinking
The SAT critical thinking section is evidence-based reading and writing will consist of 200-800 points in the revised New SAT. Further, this section will consist of 4 individual passages and 1 pair of shorter passages written by two authors related to the same topic. Each passage will have 10 to 11 questions and the section consists of 52 questions in total. Additionally, there are 2 passages that will also consist of graphics. There are three Critical Reading sections – two that are 25 minutes long and one that is 20 minutes long.
The critical reading sections on the SAT are designed to test your ability to read and understand written English at the level you need for university courses. There are two types of questions:
- Sentence Completion
- Reading Comprehension
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