Cracking the PSAT/NMSQT 2012

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Random House, Jun 7, 2011 - Study Aids - 386 pages
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If you need to know it, it’s in this book!Cracking the PSAT/NMSQT, 2012 Edition, includes:


   • 2 full-length practice tests
   • Thorough review of all the math, critical reading, and writing skills you need to ace the PSAT  
   • Practice drills and detailed explanations for every topic that appears on the PSAT
   • Everything you need to know about National Merit Scholarships
   • An exclusive “Hit Parade” of key PSAT vocabulary words
  

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Horrible horrible book. So misleading. Here's what I mean:
~ There is NO online content as advertised in the opening pages
~ Should you choose to accept their 150 dollars off a prep program, please
note the "guarantee" that lets you repeat the course or money back does not mention the 200 dollar administrative fee.
~ Typos and wrong answers
~ SAME BOOK AS THE PREVIOUS VERSIONS AND THE 2013 VERSION IS ALSO THE SAME
Kaplan is way better. At least that company changes the editions from year to year, posts error acknowledgements on their website, and offers you your money back if you hate it (and the fine print doesn't charge you 1230123891023 dollars).
 

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
13
Section 3
29
Section 4
40
Section 5
43
Section 6
56
Section 7
97
Section 8
101
Section 20
176
Section 21
179
Section 22
182
Section 23
183
Section 24
184
Section 25
217
Section 26
264
Section 27
279

Section 9
114
Section 10
116
Section 11
120
Section 12
123
Section 13
129
Section 14
131
Section 15
134
Section 16
169
Section 17
170
Section 18
172
Section 19
174
Section 28
283
Section 29
294
Section 30
298
Section 31
299
Section 32
334
Section 33
335
Section 34
338
Section 35
355
Section 36
390
Section 37
392

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About the author (2011)

Jeff Rubenstein is the Senior Director of Research and Development for K-12 programs at The Princeton review. He is the author of several books and articles on test preparation.

Robinson graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before earning a law degree at Oxford University in England. He, a rated chess master, devised and perfected the now famous "Joe Bloggs" approach to beating standardized tests.