Up Your Score: The Underground Guide to the SAT

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Workman Pub., 1998 - Reference - 296 pages
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It might be next week. It might be next year. But one day before long you're going to walk into an SAT testing hall and in three hours set the course of the future. "Worried?" Well, Larry, Hannah, Michael, Adam, Manek and Paul were worried, too. But not only have the authors been there and back (with all of them scoring over 1500, including three perfect 1600s), they decided to do something about it. A guerilla guide written for student by students, "Up Your Score" combines the best math and verbal preparation with the strategy you need to psyche out--and not be psyched out by--The Test.

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My granddaughter took the SAT test when she was 16 just to see what it was like. She didnt do well but hadnt expected to either. Then I bought this book for her and she LOVED it! It is easy to ... Read full review

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Larry Berger is a Yale graduate and Rhodes Scholar and the president of Amplify Learning.

Larry Berger is a Yale graduate and Rhodes Scholar and the president of Amplify Learning.

Larry Berger is a Yale graduate and Rhodes Scholar and the president of Amplify Learning.

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

Jed is a senior at Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, NY.

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