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Hack the SAT: Strategies and Sneaky Shortcuts That Can Raise Your Score Hundreds of Points
     

Hack the SAT: Strategies and Sneaky Shortcuts That Can Raise Your Score Hundreds of Points

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by Eliot Schrefer
 

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A top SAT coach—whose high-scoring strategies earned him $300 an hour from Manhattan’s elite private-school students —now makes his unique, proven secrets available to all.

Money can buy academic success, and the SAT is no exception. Harvard honors graduate Eliot Schrefer discovered this lucrative truth when he took a job at the nation’

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Hack the SAT: Strategies and Sneaky Shortcuts That Can Raise Your Score Hundreds of Points 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is easy to understand and use, its well organized and most of all, it will really boost your SAT score. I was able to get a 2320 after studying this book (my initial try was a 2080). Not only does it go over everything on the SAT you'll need to know, it includes really useful tips and tricks to quickly solve math problems, critical reading problems, and everything else to save time on the exam. After reading this book (and looking over the math example problems in it several times) I felt like the SAT was easy! This book is not missing anything; it definitely covers everything. I would recommend buying this book and a book of practice tests for your SAT preparation. This book is really all you need! Also, its extremely funny. I actually had a lot of fun using this book because it is so funny and also very interesting and honest about the SATs.
TerryPR More than 1 year ago
I bought this book to provide a different perspective on the SAT exams that will be coming up for my kid in the next couple of years. It is an excellent foil to the dryer but more comprehensive Barron's SAT 2400 book that I bought at the same time. This book is told from point of view of a somewhat rebellious but top former student and SAT tutor. The sarcastic approach makes the book much more appealing to my teenage son, who picks this book up on his own, which he never does with the other book, even though the other book appears more comprehensive. I particularly like how the book has a vocabulary word and its definition at the bottom of each page.
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