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McGraw-Hill's SAT 2400!by Laurie Rozakis
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Maximize your New SAT score with the help of this powerful learning tool
If you're scheduled to take the SAT in March 2005 or later, get ready for something completely new. This revamped SAT features an entirely new Writing Section, a revised Critical Reading Section, and an increase in the maximum possible score from1600 to 2400. That means that English language skills will now account for two thirds of your SAT score. What's the best way to prepare yourself for this challenging new exam? SAT 2400!
This score-boosting guide to the new SAT jump-starts your test preparation with detailed explanations of the new and revised English sections and clear, complete instructions for taking--and acing--the new exam. Award-winning English professor Laurie Rozakis puts you on a firm footing with Five Great Ways to Prepare for the SAT. Her surefire tips and strategies for SAT success include:
Complete with hundreds of sample questions, a diagnostic test to help you focus in your studies, and full-length verbal SATs with answer keys for practice, SAT 2400! is packed with all of the resources, guidance, and confidence-building help you need to do your very best on the new SAT.
Beginning in March 2005, a revamped SAT will debut, with the maximum score increasing from 1600 to 2400, a revised Critical Reading Section, and a new SAT Writing Section. SAT 2400! is designed to give students a jump-start on preparing for this test.
An invaluable tool for students preparing to take the NEW SAT exam
More than 3 million SATs were administered in 2002. Beginning in March 2005, the SAT will undergo the most dramatic change in its 76-year history. The total score possible will increase from 1600 to 2400; analogies will be dropped from the format; and, most radical of all, a new SAT essay writing component will be added. SAT reading and writing scores play a crucial role in the college admissions process. The new writing exam places increased emphasis on these skills. SAT 2400! is designed to give students a jump-start on preparing for this critical test. The author, an award-winning English professor, provides students with clear and complete instructions for taking--and acing--the new exam. SAT 2400! features:
About the Author
Laurie Rozakis, Ph.D. (Farmingdale, NY) is associate professor of English at the State University of New York College of Technology at Farmingdale. She has taught writing and critical reading skills for more than 25 years.
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