Of the three PSAT sections, Mathematics, Critical Reading, and Writing, you can improve your score the most by doing lots of Critical Reading practice! Sentence completion and passage-based reading questions are easier to score high on when you have some practice under your belt.
So give these PSAT Critical Reading practice quizzes a try to determine where you most need to improve!
Sentence Completion Practice
So, you may be asking yourself, "What is a sentence completion question?" Sentence completions are just one of the two types of questions on the PSAT Critical Reading section, so it's important to familiarize yourself with what one really is before plunging into the practice. If you're ready, take a look at the quizzes and other sentence completion practice tests below.
Passage-Based Reading Practice
Again, if you're unsure what a passage-based reading question looks like, then check it out before trying the quiz. If you're ready to go, then check out the reading comprehension questions below for practice with inferences, main idea, vocab in context and other passage-based reading questions.
- Reading Comprehension Questions 1
- College Board Passage-Based Reading Practice
- Major Tests Reading Comprehension Practice