Sat Verbal Velocity
The Fun, Fast, and Furious Way to Conquer the SAT Verbal Section. SAT Verbal Velocity is Kaplan's comprehensive review of the words test takers are most likely to encounter on the SAT. This informative and entertaining approach focuses on frequently tested words students need to master to score higher on this important test. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. INCREASE YOUR SCORE AND HAVE FUN. The verbal activities in this book are not the usual dry SAT fare. Although they're designed to help students test more effectively, the activities in SAT Verbal Velocity are fun, engaging, and downright offbeat.
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