McGraw-Hill's SAT, 2010 Edition (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 15, 2009 - Reference - 784 pages
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New enhancements, expert instruction, and intensive practice to help you achieve the score you want

Created by two renowned test-prep teachers, McGraw-Hillís SAT provides a diagnostic approach that helps you optimize your SAT prep, a proven method for developing the reasoning skills needed for top scores. Now this bestselling guide has been fully revised and enhanced in response to feedback from students and reviewers. Improvements include more level-appropriate math examples, and more comprehensive explanations where needed.

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I happened to find the math section confusing. As for the Critical reading and writing sections, this book has my B-. it could be better. Love the vocab section(Only reason i like the book).


Chapter 1 Conquering the SAT with the College Hill153 Method
Chapter 2 Diagnostic SAT
Chapter 3 Building an Impressive Vocabulary

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Christopher Black, M.A.Ed., is the founder and director of College Hill Coaching, a leading provider of individual tutoring services for the SAT and other major exams. Mark Anestis is the founder and director of The Learning Edge and author of McGraw-Hill's 5 Steps to a 5: AP Biology.

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