Hot words for SAT I: the 350 words you need to know
The important Scholastic Aptitude Test is soon to be transformed into SAT I, placing greater emphasis than ever on student verbal skills. This updated book reflects those coming changes. Short quizzes have been revised to reflect the kinds of questions that will appear on SAT I. Includes the 350 "tough" words that appear most frequently on SATs.
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