The colon (:) and the semicolon (;) both appear very frequently on both the SAT and ACT grammar sections. However, they are not commonly used in everyday writing. But here’s some good news from Matthew: both pieces of punctation are very straightforward, and here’s why.
When the College Board redesigned the SAT in 2016, the reading section got a big overhaul. The new SAT doesn't just test the kind of texts you've seen in high school, but also texts that resemble what you might see in college. That being said, here are three tips for the SAT reading section that will help you in college, too.