Cracking the SAT: With DVD

Front Cover
Random House, 2012 - Study Aids - 720 pages
4 Reviews
Your top resource for SAT prep! Cracking the SAT with DVD, 2013 Edition includes everything you need to know to master the Math, Critical Reading, and Writing sections of the SAT. It includes:

• Access to 8 full-length practice exams
• A DVD with tutorials and expert advice from the Princeton Review's top SAT instructors
• Our exclusive "Hit Parade" of vocabulary appearing most frequently on the SAT
• Tons of drills and detailed explanations to show you exactly what to expect on the exam
• Thorough review of all SAT topics, including essay-writing techniques and a focused grammar chapter
• Key strategies and a breakdown of SAT myths to help you feel more confident on test day
 

What people are saying - Write a review

awesome book

User Review  - massimocannavo - Overstock.com

Awesome book read my review at ****** fell free to comment me or ask questions.I recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their scores or learn about the sat and practice. Read full review

SAT Book

User Review  - dds1201 - Overstock.com

Was very satified with the shipping time and condition of the books. Exactly what I ordered and wanted. Read full review

Contents

The SAT The Princeton Review and You
3
Advanced Principles 17
16
How to Crack the Critical Reading Section
30
An OpenBook Test
53
Wait Theres More
75
Vocabulary
89
How to Crack the Math Section
127
The Calculator
141
Putting It All Together
291
How to Crack the Writing Section t
300
I8 Essay 347
312
Answer Key to Drills
370
The Princeton Review SAT Practice Tests
387
Answers and Explanations for Practice Test 1
447
Answers and Explanations for Practice Test 2
527
Practice Test 3
553

Cracking the System
173
Advanced Arithmetic
211
Geometry
241
Cracking the System
277
Answers and Explanations for Practice Test 609
583
Practice Test 4
593
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2012)

Adam Robinson has lived in a bunch of different cities, but that probably doesn't matter.

Katzman graduated from Princeton University in 1980. After working briefly on Wall Street, he founded The Princeton Review in 1981.