SAT: The Very Best Coaching & Study Course for the New Sat

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Research & Education Assn, May 17, 2005 - Education - 878 pages
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Get SAT “Street Smart” and master the new SAT the easy way! Our savvy SAT experts show you the way.

REA’s SAT test prep features an in-depth subject review of all areas tested on the revised exam: Critical Reading, Sentence Completion, Writing & Math! The chapter reviews are packed with exam insights and test-specific strategies designed to raise your score.

Build your test skills with REA’s 4 full-length practice tests. Each test is carefully derived from the most recently administered new SAT exam. Every practice test question is thoroughly explained for greater understanding of the SAT subject matter and format.

- Completely revised for the NEW SAT
- Includes coverage of the Algebra II and the all-new Writing section
- 4 Full-Length Practice Exams
- Concentrated Subject Reviews that hone test skills and max study efforts
- Thoroughly Detailed Explanations for all practice exam questions
- Dynamic Diagnostic Test that pinpoints strengths and weaknesses
- Harness Your Word Power - We take what you know and pull it all together for deeper vocabulary understanding
- Packed with Test-Taking Strategies, Powerhouse Drills & Schedule Guidelines

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About the author (2005)

Michael McIrvin is a freelance writer and editor with undergraduate degrees in English and Anthropology and a Masters in Literary Criticism from the University of Wyoming. He is also a former university teacher of literature and writing, both creative and expository, and the author of several poetry collections, an essay collection, and a novel.

Adel Arshaghi, M.S.
Curriculum Researcher
Johnson City, TN

Mel H. Friedman,  Master of Science degree in Mathematics from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N.J.  He is currently teaching mathematics courses fulll-time at Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pa.  His work experience includes nearly 40 years of teaching mathematics at both the high school and college levels.  He has also authored or co-authored books on SAT preparation and courses such as algebra, trigonometry, probability, and statistics.  As a Mathematics Consultant, he has also written test items for the American College Testing Program. 

Sally Wood, M.S., served thirty-two years at Aurora High School in Aurora, Missouri, as an English and French instructor and a counselor. She has taught Advanced Placement and dual-credit courses, and counseled with college-bound students on such topics as academic preparation, test-taking, college admissions, and financial aid. She currently freelances as a proofreader, editor, and test-item writer for several U.S. and foreign companies.

Michael Lee, M.A.T., teaches literature and expository writing at Hunterdon Central Regional High School.  In 1996, he began his teaching career as an adjunct professor at Mercer County Community College, where he still teaches composition on a part-time basis.  He has taught verbal SAT preparation for a number of tutoring services and test prep companies, among them Educational Services Center and ClubZ.