11 Practice Tests for the New SAT and PSAT
Random House, Jul 1, 2004 - Study Aids - 896 pages
Preparing for the New SAT by learning new test-taking strategies is essential, and practice makes perfect! So for the many students who don't know what to expect on the new test, "The Princeton Review has developed "11 Practice Tests for the NEW SAT and PSAT--giving students an opportunity to solve problems like the ones found on the upcoming New SAT.
And what about the new essay? We have that covered, too! "The Princeton Review will continue to offer online access and additional SAT help to book buyers. There are even experts available to score student's practice essays by hand, online ("a nominal fee is charged for this service)!
Students and parents can now put their minds at ease with the most complete practice available for the New SAT!
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