SAT Great Global Conversation Reading List

One of the big changes on the new SAT is the inclusion of historical documents. The SAT is expecting you to enter the “Great Global Conversation”

In other words, these essays are sort of like a huge group text. But instead of figuring out where to go for dinner, everybody is, you know…making history. There’s a really good chance some of these essays, letters, and documents will show up on the SAT Reading test.
 

 

Great Global Conversation: Founding Fathers

 

 

Great Global Conversation: Later American Presidents

 

SAT Reading: Civil Rights and Suffrage

 

 

SAT Reading: British Voices

 

 

SAT Reading: American Voices

 

 

You’ve got a great reading list here, but don’t forget to check out other Magoosh blogs to help you figure out what to do with all these documents. Now get reading!

 

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  • Emily Faison

    An avid reader and art enthusiast, Emily has degrees in English from Florida State University and Southeastern University. When she's not editing web content for a local magazine, you’ll probably find her catching up on her Netflix queue or reading a novel with a fresh cup of coffee at a local cafe.

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