Up Your Score 2003-2004: The Underground Guide to the Sat

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Workman Publishing Company, Incorporated, Jul 1, 2002 - Study Aids - 304 pages
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The strategy guide with attitude, Up Your Score is the only test-preparation book written for students by students. Smart, savvy, and serious-but funny, too-Up Your Score proves itself as the guide that tackles the SAT in terms students will immediately relate to. Revised and updated, Up Your Score 2003-2004 Edition covers 600 key vocabulary words, reveals how to think like the SAT, divulges insider math tricks, and helps hone speed and timing. An entire chapter is devoted to becoming a better guesser, including why it's better to guess than leave a question unanswered.

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Review: Up Your Score: The Underground Guide to the SAT

User Review  - Star Shining Forever - Goodreads

Hilarious and packed full of gotta-know info for the SAT. Nice to have something fun to read to space out those harder, heavier study books. But its not just all fun—it makes it easier to learn and remember important info. B-) Definitely recommend. My only complaint is some crude humor. Read full review

Review: Up Your Score: The Underground Guide to the SAT, 2007-2008 Edition

User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

I love the Word list. Read full review



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About the author (2002)

Larry Berger is a Yale graduate and Rhodes Scholar and the CEO of Wireless Generation.

Michael Colton, a Harvard graduate, is editor-in-chief of Modern Humorist.

Manek Mistry graduated from Cornell Law School and is in private practice.

Rossi graduated from Cornell University. His education is in French Literature and Nineteenth Century European History.

Chris Kalb is a contributor for the following Workman Publishing Co Title: Up Your Score

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