Cracking the New SAT

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Cracking the New SAT




New! Cracking the New SAT 2016 Edition

With 6 full-length practice tests created specifically for the newly redesigned exam, brand-new content reviews, and updated scoring strategies, this Premium Edition of Cracking the New SAT covers every facet of this challenging test.
Big changes are here for the SAT—and students planning on taking the test after March 2016 need to prepare for an exam that’s a little bit longer and a lot more complex. The Princeton Review’s Cracking the New SAT, Premium Edition, is an all-in-one resource designed specifically for students taking the Redesigned SAT. With this book, you’ll get:

  • techniques that realy work.
  • Powerful tactics to help you avoid traps and beat the New SAT
  • Tips for pacing yourself and guessing logically
  • Essential strategies to help you work smarter, not harder

The Changes You Need to Know for a High Score.

  • Hands-on exposure to the new four-choice format and question types, including multi-step problems, passage-based grammar questions, and student-produced responses
  • Valuable practice with complex reading comprehension passages as well as higher-level math problems
  • Up-to-date information on the New SAT so you know what to expect on test day

Copyright 2016. Soft cover. Approximate dimensions: 8.4 x 2 x 10.8 inches. 880 pages.

PSAT, SAT and ACT Information

You should be able to obtain registration bulletins from a local high school, community college or a public library.  The registration bulletins list the centers and the dates; please check them for the center most convenient for you.

It is important for Juniors (11th graders) to take the PSAT test, as there are scholarship opportunities based on the results. Most notably, the National Merit Scholarship program uses the PSAT as their benchmark. Ask a local high school for registration.

Current SAT and PSAT test dates and other information may be found at http://www.collegeboard.com/testing

Current ACT test information may be found on the ACT Web site at http://www.act.org

The Internet is by far your best source for information on scholarships and financial aid. Putting in key words such as “scholarship,” or “college tuition help” and the like should gain you a wealth of information.