The SAT I for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1997 - Education - 343 pages
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Sheer Academic Torture or Sinister Adolescent Trial. No matter what the folks at the College Entrance Examination Board claim, we know what SAT really stands for. And love them (as if) or hate them (the rational response), you've got to take them if you want to get into most colleges. Fully revised to reflect the SAT's new focus, the fifth edition of The SAT I For Dummies is the painless, easy way to master the test and get the best possible score. Suzee Vlk, a test-prep guru with nearly thirty years of coaching experience supplies you with: The most up-to-date sample questions Two full practice tests Guidance on to approach each different type of question Tips on how to avoid test tricks and traps Relaxation techniques that help you stay calm and focused Techniques for beating the clock Comprehensive reviews of the basics in all categories With Suzee as your guide, you'll discover how to outsmart the SAT. You'll identify the point behind each of the various styles and types of questions and understand what each is meant to test. And you'll gain the confidence you need to: Have the last word on sentence completions Infer the meaning in every critical reading question Take the full measure of the geometry questions Make the Xs, Ys and Zs dance to your tune on the algebra questions Hand in an incomparable performance on quantitative comparisons Know the what, where, when, who and how many of every problem-solving question Get The SAT I For Dummies, 5 th Edition and rack up the points you need to enter the college of your choice.

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Contents

Introduction 1
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An Aerial VieW Putting the SAT into Perspective 5
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An Aerial VieW Putting the SAT into Perspective 5
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