SAT Reading 1.2 Short Passages
SAT Reading Short Passages Drill 1, Problem 2
|Analyzing arguments||Analyzing evidence|
|Expository Texts||Logical Connections|
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Information and Ideas||Citing textual evidence|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|SAT Reading||Short Passages|
When you see a word written in all caps that usually
means it's important--or at least somebody thinks it's important.
This question puts EXCEPT in all caps, hitting us over the head with the idea that we have
to find the thing on this list that the passage doesn't mention.
If only Steve Jobs had come up with a USB port that plugged directly into our brains,
we wouldn't have to skim through the passage again.
Unfortunately, he didn't, so we'll just have to go back through it and cross off the
answer choices we find here.
After careful review, we find that (B), "shifts in the workforce," is the only one that's not mentioned in the passage.
Just wait to see what shifts in the workforce happen when the iBrain finally does come out.