Been brushing up on your grammar chops? Think you’ve got what it takes for a difficult SAT Writing question? Well, the question below is the most difficult “Identifying the Error” question we have in our entire product. Only 17.1% of students answer it correctly. Good luck! Be sure to check your answer with the video below:
Compared with Bach, who had an astonishing output of music each year over his
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long life, Brahms, ever the perfectionist, destroyed many of his compositions.
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SAT Question of the Day
A cartographer owns a square map in which one inch corresponds to 7/3 of a mile. What is the area of the map in square inches if the map covers a territory of 49 square miles?