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ePub Princeton Review: SAT Verbal Workout download
Author:
Cornelia Cocke
ISBN13:
978-0679753629
ISBN:
0679753621
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Publisher:
Princeton Review; 1st edition (June 13, 1995)
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Education & Reference
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TPR doesn't try to teach students everything there is to know about reading, writing, and grammar-only the techniques they'll need to score higher on the SAT verbal sections. There's a big difference.

This book has hundreds of verbal problems and explanations.

ISBN 13: 9780679753629. This book has hundreds of verbal problems and explanations. All of the problems in the SAT Verbal Workout are the exact kinds of problems that will appear on you SAT Verbal sections, including: Critical Reading Sentence Completions Analogies. In addition to all of the practice problems, the SAT Verbal Workout gives you tips on guessing at answers and spotting specific question types early, and many other angles you can use to raise your score.

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GRE Verbal Workout is the only book on the market devoted exclusively to raising students' scores on the demanding verbal section of the GRE. Features proven techniques for acing the analogy, reading comprehension, antonym.

This book provides good GRE verbal strategies along with lots of practice exercises to help you really internalize them. It's superior to the Kaplan verbal book, which has easier content and less of it. Plus, PR gives you a step-by-step method to use on each question type.

com User, July 6, 2001. I thought that this book was extremely helpful in preparing for the SAT's. It cannot teach you everything but I found it to be very helpful in improving my score from the PSAT's to the SAT's.

260 pages : 28 cm. Provides drills, explanations, and practice questions that cover such areas as math fundamentals, algebra, algebra II, and geometry, and outlines test-taking strategies. Strategies - Arithmetic - Algebra - Geometry - Grid-in questions - Problem sets.

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Of the seven sections on the SAT, at least three of them will be verbal sections.  There won't be questions about sports cars, and there won't be questions about Melrose Place.  There'll be verbal problems.  Accept it.  And do something about it.The best way to ace the SAT Verbal sections is to practice, and that's what The Princeton Review SAT Verbal Workout is all about.  This book has hundreds of verbal problems and explanations.  All of the problems in the SAT Verbal Workout are the exact kinds of problems that will appear on you SAT Verbal sections, including:*Critical Reading*Sentence Completions*AnalogiesIn addition to all of the practice problems, the SAT Verbal Workout gives you tips on guessing at answers and spotting specific question types early, and many other angles you can use to raise your score.Don't stress about the SAT Verbal sections.  Just take a couple of deep breaths, run around the block a couple of times, count to ten backward while hanging by your knees on the jungle gym in your neighbor's yard, and practice with the SAT Verbal Workout.
  • As an educator and an SAT tutor, this is my top pick for the SAT review. This book may not have as many practice tests as some have complained, but it has strategies, and that is what's key. For instance, how to eliminate choices, how to figure out the answer when you don't know any of the vocabulary words, and what grammar concepts are tested most often. Use this in conjunction with an SAT practice book from the college board, and you're set. You won't find a better book in terms of explanation and strategy.

  • Having purchased other Princeton Review books, I was dissapointed with this book. Not enough of the book was dedicated to examples, and it lacked practice tests. 2 critical things missing considering the price of this book.
    I liked that their word lists are composed of the words most common ones on the SAT, but I didn't like the way the words were arranged. Words that didn't really relate seemed to be thrown together into a list.
    The vocab cards seem like a plus, but they put 2 words into a card.
    Overall, this book isn't worth the money. It skimps over the basic necessities that a SAT verbal book should have.

  • This book was really Great. It's got the "Hit Parade" vocab in flashcards, so you don't necessarily have to be settled at a desk in order to learn vocab. It also gives great tips and hints on how to figure out the answers. It teaches the reader how to not choose "Joe Bloggs" kinds of answers, but instead to make educated, sensible answers! A must have for an SAT candidate!