The only book that gives students the reasoning skills they need to master the new SAT McGraw-Hill's SAT I is the only test preparation guide based on developing a student's reasoning skills--the very skills the SAT is designed to measure. Rather than learning by rote, students learn how to develop eight essential thinking skills, allowing them to approach any problem from any angle. McGraw-Hill's SAT I includes: An in-depth look at all changes to the SAT, including comprehensive coverage of new topics such as Algebra II and the English Essay A diagnostic SAT simulation with fully explained answers Subject tabs for easy-to-find reference Time- and stress- management skills to help students stay focused, calm, and confident No other test preparation guide gives students: The 8 essential thinking skills for solving any problem in the math, critical reading, and essay sections 6 full-length simulated SATs and 20 practice essays Pullout flash cards covering all sections of the test A step-by-step approach to writing the essay including what exam graders will be looking forThe only book that gives students the reasoning skills they need to master the new SAT McGraw-Hilla#39;s SAT I is the only test preparation guide based on developing a studenta#39;s reasoning skills--the very skills the SAT is designed to measure.
|Title||:||McGraw-Hill's SAT I|
|Author||:||Christopher Black, Mark Anestis|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005-04-21|