Offers advice on test-taking strategies, provides sample questions and answers, and includes a practice exam covering all three test sections.Since the writer of this passage is using specific people (first Albert Einstein and then William Shockley) as examples in order to demonstrate that experts in one field are not necessarily experts in another, the dominant pattern of development is example. ... knows a good deal about proper research methods in science, but he may not be applying those methods correctly when he turns his attention to ... In this paragraph, the author employs the cause/effect pattern to organize his ideas.
|Author||:||Sharon McCune, Nancy Wright, Janet Elder|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2010-04-01|