McGraw-Hill's SAT, 2010 Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 5, 2009 - Reference - 784 pages
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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).

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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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