SAT Verbal Workout

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아이피에스, Aug 15, 1994 - Study Aids - 189 pages
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Of the seven sections on the SAT, at least three of them will be verbal sections. There won't be questions about sports cars, and there won't be questions about Melrose Place. There'll be verbal problems. Accept it. And do something about it.

The best way to ace the SAT Verbal sections is to practice, and that's what The Princeton Review SAT Verbal Workout is all about. This book has hundreds of verbal problems and explanations. All of the problems in the SAT Verbal Workout are the exact kinds of problems that will appear on you SAT Verbal sections, including:

*Critical Reading
*Sentence Completions
*Analogies

In addition to all of the practice problems, the SAT Verbal Workout gives you tips on guessing at answers and spotting specific question types early, and many other angles you can use to raise your score.

Don't stress about the SAT Verbal sections. Just take a couple of deep breaths, run around the block a couple of times, count to ten backward while hanging by your knees on the jungle gym in your neighbor's yard, and practice with the SAT Verbal Workout.

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Geoff Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University, joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

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