Series: Barron's SAT

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Barron's SAT 2400: Aiming for the Perfect Score by Linda Carnevale
Barron's SAT Critical Reading Workbook by Sharon Weiner Green
Barron's SAT Math Workbook by Lawrence Leff
Barron's SAT Writing Workbook by George Ehrenhaft
Barron's SAT, 26th Edition by Ira K. Wolf
How to Prepare for the Sat I by Sharon Weiner Green

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  1. The Official SAT Study Guide by The College Board (2004)
  2. Increase Your Score in 3 Minutes a Day: SAT Essay by Randall McCutcheon (2004)
  3. Kaplan SAT Critical Reading Workbook by Kaplan (2008)
  4. Cracking the SAT Literature Subject Test by Allison Amend (2005)
  5. Hot Words for the SAT by Linda Carnevale (2001)
  6. 500 Key Words for the SAT, and How to Remember Them Forever! by Charles Gulotta (2013)
  7. Sun-Kissed (SAT Vocabulary Novel) by Belinda Ray (2004)
  8. Master Critical Reading for the SAT (Peterson's Master Critical Reading for the SAT) by Peterson's (2008)
  9. Business School Essays that Made a Difference by Nedda Gilbert (2003)
  10. Fascinating News Stories: A Reading Comprehension Skill Builder by Fred Pyrczak (1984)
  11. Vocabulary Cartoons: SAT Word Power by Sam Burchers (1997)
  12. Get It Together for College: A Planner to Help You Get Organized and Get In by The College Board (2008)
  13. The College Application Essay by Sarah Myers McGinty (1997)
  14. Cracking the GRE by Princeton Review (1997)
  15. Confessions of a High School Word Nerd: Laugh Your Gluteus* Off and Increase Your SAT Verbal Score by Arianne Cohen (2006)

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