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How to Prepare for the Sat I by Sharon…

How to Prepare for the Sat I

by Sharon Weiner Green, Ira K. Wolf

Series: Barron's SAT

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Students preparing to take the SAT I exams that are being given in November and December 2004, as well as in January 2005, will find in-depth preparation in this, Barron’s 21st Edition of the SAT I manual. Students who plan to wait and take the all-new SAT in March 2005 or later should order Barron’s How to Prepare for the NEW SAT (22nd Edition), which will become available on this web site in November 04. Reflecting the SAT I exams, as they’re being given now through January 05, this current 21st Edition presents a diagnostic test and seven full-length SAT I tests, all with answer keys, explanations, and solutions. Descriptions of the test’s various question types will help students understand and master all SAT I special question formats, including the Student-Produced Response (Grid-in) questions in math. Seventeen math review sections cover all math topics that appear on the test, each section followed by SAT-type questions. Verbal skills review material includes vocabulary-building exercises, reading comprehension exercises, and vocabulary flashcards on perforated card stock, which can be removed from the book.

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Contains six practice exams with answers and explanations, vocabulary flash cards, and math and verbal skills reviews.

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