Provides drills, explanations, and practice questions covering such areas as grammar, reading comprehension, and the new essay question, to help students achieve higher scores through the use of test-taking strategies.All you need to do in the conclusion is restate your thesis, like so: In light of the above examples, it is clear that change is not always for the best. ... Aim for a five- paragraph essay, with an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion.
|Title||:||Reading and Writing Workout for the New SAT|
|Author||:||Geoff Martz, Princeton Review|
|Publisher||:||The Princeton Review - 2004|