Compass Reading Test Success : Compass Test Reading Practice Tests Read book in IBOOKS, EPUB, TXT, DJV

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Many students have to take the Compass Test before beginning college. This publication contains 20 practice Compass reading tests to help prepare you for your Compass Test in reading.The Compass Test is administered by colleges to place students into the correct level of classes. If you perform poorly on the Compass reading test, you may need to take additional remedial classes during your freshman year. Why risk wasting time and money taking classes you don't need?Get ready with our practice tests and ace your Compass Test in reading!Taking the Compass Tests in math or writing? You may be interested in our other books, entitled Compass Math Test Success and Compass Writing Test Success., Would you like a new version of this book that contains more than twice as much material and costs only $2 more? For the updated and expanded edition of this book, please search Amazon for ACT Compass Reading Test Success Advantage+ Edition - Includes 25 Compass Reading Practice Tests by Academic Success Media., Would you like an updated and expanded edition of this book that contains twice as much material and costs only $4 more? If so, please search for ACT Compass Reading Test Success Advantage+ Edition - Includes 25 Compass Reading Practice Tests by Academic Success Media. Compass Reading Test Success contains 20 Compass reading practice tests . Practice in the same format as the real exam. Like the real Compass reading exam, the practice tests in our Compass Reading Test Success study guide are multiple-choice tests with passages from the following subject areas: Practical Reading Prose Fiction Humanities Social Sciences Natural Sciences Improve the reading skills assessed on the real test. Our practice reading comprehension tests cover all of the skills that are assessed on the real Compass reading test, so each practice test has questions on: Determining the Main Idea of a Passage Finding Specific Details in the Passage Drawing Conclusions Making Inferences Answering Vocabulary and Meaning Questions Relating Specific Details to the Main Idea Identifying the Narrator Finding the Main Idea of a Paragraph Assessing Whether a Statement is True or False Inferring the Author's Point of View Understanding the Author's Purpose For a free sample of this study guide, please click on the "Look Inside" icon on the top left corner of the screen. You may be interested in our other Compass Test publications: Compass Math Test Success: 150 Compass Math Problems & Solutions Compass Writing Test Success: Compass Test Writing Practice Tests The books in the Compass Test Success series are available in expanded and updated editions : ACT Compass Reading Test Success Advantage+ Edition - Includes 25 Compass Reading Practice Tests: Plus Reading Strategies and Tips Study Guide ACT Compass Math Test Success: Advantage+ Edition - Includes 150 Math Problems & Solutions Plus Math Concept and Formula Study Guide ACT Compass Writing Test Success Advantage+ Edition - Includes 10 Compass Writing Practice Tests: Plus e-Write Essay Writing Study Guide, Would you like an updated edition of this book that contains twice as much material and costs only $4 more? If so, please search for ACT Compass Reading Test Success Advantage+ Edition - Includes 25 Compass Reading Practice Tests: Plus Reading Strategies and Tips Study Guide by Academic Success Media.


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