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Kaplan 101 Algebra Practice Questions by Kaplan
Kaplan 101 Biology Practice Questions by Kaplan
Kaplan 101 SAP/PSAT Writing Practice Questions by Kaplan
Kaplan 101 SAT/PSAT Critical Reading Practice Questions by Kaplan
Kaplan AP Calculus AB & BC 2010 by Tamara Lefcourt Ruby
Kaplan AP Macroeconomics/Microeconomics 2009 by Sangeeta Bishop
Kaplan AP Statistics 2010 by Bruce Simmons
Kaplan AP U.S. History by Krista Dornbush
Kaplan AP World History 2010 by Patrick Whelan
Kaplan Portable SAT by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Critical Reading Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Math Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Score-Raising Dictionary by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Biology E/M by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Chemistry by Claire Aldridge
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 1 by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 2 by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Subject Test U.S. History by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Writing Workbook by Kaplan

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  2. The Official SAT Study Guide by The College Board (2004)
  3. Math Review For Standardized Tests by Jerry Bobrow (1985)
  4. Cracking the SAT, 2012 Edition by Princeton Review (2006)
  5. Kaplan AP English Literature and Composition by Denise Pivarnik-Nova (2006)
  6. Hot Words for the SAT by Linda Carnevale (2001)
  7. Cracking the GRE by Princeton Review (1997)
  8. The Official Guide to the TOEFL iBT with CD-ROM, Third Edition by Educational Testing Service (2009)
  9. How to Prepare for the GRE with CD-ROM by Sharon Weiner Green (2000)
  10. Sharp Writing: Building Better Writing Skills by Kaplan (2008)
  11. Barron's IELTS with Audio CDs: International English Language Testing System by Lin Lougheed (2010)
  12. CliffsAP English Language and Composition by Barbara V. Swovelin (2001)
  13. Kaplan TOEFL iBT with CD-ROM by Kaplan (2002)
  14. Essential Words for the GRE by Philip Geer (2007)
  15. Barron's Compact Guide to Colleges by Barron's Educational Series (1984)

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