SAT Subject Test™
SAT* Subject Test : Latin

SAT* Subject Test : Latin

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By Ronald B. Palma
Print Edition $22.95


  • Pages: 608
  • Publication Date: May 2012
  • ISBN: 978-0-7386-1076-4

Taking the Latin SAT Subject Test™?

Score Higher with REA's Test Prep for the SAT Subject Test™: Latin

Written by a Latin teacher, this second edition of our bestselling SAT Subject Test™: Latin test prep includes a comprehensive review of all language areas appearing on the exam, including declensions, conjugations, sentence structure, and more. Each chapter contains examples and practice questions that help you study smarter and boost your test score.

The book includes two full-length practice tests that replicate the exam's question format. Both of the book's practice exams are also offered as a downloadable application and feature the added benefits of  timed testing, automatic scoring and diagnostic feedback.

Detailed explanations of answers help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. We don't just say which answers are right - we also explain why the other answer choices are incorrect - so you'll be prepared.

The book also includes study tips, strategies, and confidence-boosting advice you need for test day.

This test prep is a must for any high school student taking the Latin SAT Subject Test™!


About the Author

Ronald B. Palma has been teaching Latin and other classics courses at Holland Hall School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the past 32 years. He holds an A.B. in Classics from Cornell University and an M.A. in Classics from the University of Cincinnati, where he did doctoral work funded by a Louise Taft Semple Fellowship. He has co-authored Ecce Romani: A Latin Reading Program (Prentice-Hall, 2005), now in its third edition, and served as series editor for Review and Test Preparation Guide for the Beginning Student and Review and Test Preparation Guide for the Intermediate Student, both published by Prentice-Hall.

Palma has received numerous fellowships and awards for both teaching and scholarship, including Rockefeller and Fulbright grants, the Summer Fellowship of the Classical Society of the American Academy in Rome, a Presidential Scholar Award from the U.S. Department of Education, a Special Recognition Award from the College Board, and the Excellence in Pre-Collegiate Teaching Award from the American Philological Association.