This complete guide includes everything you need to know about SAT Writing. As experienced tutors, we’re all too familiar with the shortcomings of most test prep materials, so we created our own free guide to SAT writing, which we believe is the best available (even compared to expensive books from big-name companies).
To create this guide, we carefully analyzed real SATs, read the best SAT books we could find, and thought carefully about what you actually need to know to succeed on SAT writing.
Rather than trying to condense all of the info we came up with into one page (which would be insanely overwhelming!), we’ve created this article to serve as a table of contents and guide you through the different parts of the SAT writing guide. The first section covers high-level ideas about the test, like general structure and important big-picture concepts. The second outlines every grammar skill you’ll need to know and the best strategies for approaching questions about each one. The final section rounds up all kinds of strategies and tips that you can use both on the test and as you study. It also includes detailed explanations of how to plan your prep time and suggestions for where you can find further practice tests and study material, should you need them.