Cracking the SAT II French, 1997-98 (Princeton Review Series)

Cracking the SAT II French, 1997-98 (Princeton Review Series)

by Princeton Review, John Katzman, Isabel Parlett
     
 

There are other French Subject Test books on the shelves. Some are significantly thicker than this one. But you should put them back and buy Cracking the SAT II: French.

Other books are long because they are unfocused; rather than raise your scores, they're going to overwhelm you with thousands of questions that have nothing to do with the actual French Subject

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There are other French Subject Test books on the shelves. Some are significantly thicker than this one. But you should put them back and buy Cracking the SAT II: French.

Other books are long because they are unfocused; rather than raise your scores, they're going to overwhelm you with thousands of questions that have nothing to do with the actual French Subject Test.

Cracking the SAT II: French offers in-depth instruction on the skills covered by the French Subject Test. Then it shows you how to use that knowledge to quickly attack and answer test questions. We won't waste your time. Everything in this book will help raise your score on the French Subject Test.

We spend over two million dollars a year in research and development to make sure that Princeton Review students receive thoroughly tested, up-to-date materials. No one can raise scores as we can. Every time an SAT II is administered, our teachers are there to monitor the efficacy of our techniques. And when the test changes, we change.

Read this book. Practice our techniques on a real test. And if you need more personal attention, we can tutor you.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780679778653
Publisher:
Random House Information Group
Publication date:
02/18/1997
Series:
Princeton Review Series
Pages:
154
Product dimensions:
8.21(w) x 10.72(h) x 1.32(d)

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