Many standardized tests, including high school entrance exams, PSAT, SAT, and GRE, as well as professional and civil service qualifying exams, use vocabulary words in context to test verbal aptitude. The most popular question type is the sentence completion question. In fact, it is one of the three sections on the Verbal SAT I. In 501 Sentence Completion Questions, test-takers get immediate, focused practice in finding words in context. Each question contains a sentence with a fill-in-the-blank space. Test-takers must choose the correct word out of five possible choices. Correct answers are explained using their definitions, to reinforce skills. The Skill Builder in Focus method provides the targeted practice necessary to attain higher scores. 501 Sentence Completion Questions will help you
- prepare for important multiple-choice tests - score higher on exams that test vocabulary skills
- learn primary word definitions and become aware of secondary word meanings in context
- assess your true vocabulary level and put you on the fast path to improvement
- identify distracters and zero in on correct answer choices through practice
Questions increase in difficulty as you move through each exercise. Each practice chapter consists of 25 questions, and answer explanations are at the end of each chapter. All correct answers are explained, using short definitions and terms that clarify word meanings for effective studying and positive reinforcement.