In SAT’s passage-based reading, the most frequently mentioned figures in the passage are Martin Luther King, the leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement, and Abraham Lincoln, the former President of USA. They are stated in many passages in SAT.
The SAT test is established by College Board which is based in USA. The topics we typically find in the test are about Americans. Some topics in the tests are found very difficult for Non-US test takers as they never learn about American history.
The first step is to write down the main idea of the passage. Essentially, you can’t answer questions about a passage if you don’t know what the main idea is. Read the opening and closing paragraphs, which usually contain the main idea.
Next up are the specific questions. You’ll turn to these after you finish the vocab questions, and you’ll probably spend most of your time here: specific questions are the bulk of the questions on any particular passage.