Written by: Helen Donohoe
***Helen Donohoe, M.S.Ed., is a teacher of English and French in the Hamilton/Burlington area. She holds practice SAT sessions on Saturdays on an informal, drop-in basis at Cedar Springs Racquet Club where she is a member, long-time tennis hacker and aficionado.
In this section of the website we will be publishing short paragraphs on various aspects of SAT. Please leave your questions/comments here, and Helen will be happy to respond to any specific concerns from students/parents***
Holidays are approaching, an opportune time to review all my SAT study guide articles in ONcourt and of course, keep reading and keep up-to-date with the question of the day on the collegeboard website. Why not post a comment about a novel/play/poem that you have read recently to encourage others to read too?
I’ll be back in January with more study tips. In the meantime, here is a link to a very appropriate article in the Globe and Mail on the importance of reading for meaning, the most important skill of all for SAT. So you see I’m not the only one trying to get you to read! Share and discuss the article with your family!
To read the Globe and Mail article, please click here.