Further Reading:. Dickens was a prolific writer, so be sure to check out other works by him, such as Oliver Twist and A Tale of Two Cities. Authority vs.
Fate vs. The Kaplan prep book also provides step-by-step strategies for approaching the most notoriously difficult question types on the SAT. Beautifully written, this novel will grip you until the very end.
Notably, the practice questions in the book are organized by difficulty — getting progressively difficult as you complete more of them — which will help you understand exactly how far along you are in your SAT prep progress. Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens Both challenging and enjoyable, this classic novel by Charles Dickens is a coming-of-age story that follows the growth and development of a young orphan named Pip.
Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley I recommend Frankenstein to all of my students. When you're gearing up for the SAT, everyone could benefit from a few test-taking tips.