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INTRODUCTION 5 RANGE OF DIFFICULTY The range of difficulty of question types varies significantly for each of the grammar, essay, verbal, and reading comprehension area s of the various tests . Typically, all questions on the LSAT, GMAT, and GRE will be more difficult than the similar questions on th e NTE, CBEST, SAT, ACT, teacher exams, etc. A GENERAL GUIDELIN E Before you start Part II of this book, use the following chart to not e the chapters containing material specific to certain exams . Grammar and Usage Review Use for ALL exam s containing verbal sections (with the exception of th e GRE and PSAT) . You will also find this material ver y PART II : helpful for all essay writing . Usage and Sentence Correction GMAT, SAT, ACT , NTE, CBEST, PPST, and other grammar exams . PART III : Writing Timed Essays LSAT, CBEST, PPST an
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Unformatted text preview: d other essay exams. PART IV: Verbal Ability GRE, SAT, PSAT and other verba l ability exams. PART V : Reading Comprehension GMAT, LSAT, GRE , SAT, ACT, PSAT, CBEST, NTE, PPST and othe r reading comprehension exams. NOTE: As mentioned above, the Grammar and Usage Review should be thoroughly studied by candidates for ALL verbal-skills exa m sections (except GRE and PSAT) . Regardless of the specific questio n type in your exam, practice in all question types is very beneficia l because many question types test for precisely the same knowledge, but in varying formats . Reviewing all the verbal skills presented here will enhance your performance on any verbal-skills exam by sharpen -ing your overall basic verbal ability ....
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