New SAT Verbal Prep Book for Reading and Writing Mastery

New SAT Verbal Prep Book for Reading and Writing Mastery : Decoding the Verbal Part of the Revised SAT March 2016 and Beyond

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The New SAT Verbal Prep Book gives you the most effective tips, tricks and tactics from Get 800, a prep company of doctors dedicated to their students achieving their dream SAT scores. This book is for the revised SAT beginning in March 2016. The New SAT Verbal Prep Book is an essential part of every study plan to help you - get a perfect verbal score - improve enough to get into the school you want - learn SAT Reading and Writing in the fastest, most effective way possible The material in this SAT prep book includes: 1. 20 reading passages with over 200 problems 2. 12 grammar passages with over 150 problems 3. Full explanations for all 350+ questions. 4. Access to 120 math problems with full explanations as an additional free download New SAT Verbal Book Table Of Contents (Selected) Here's a selection from the table of contents: Actions to Complete Before You Read This Book Introduction: The New SAT Reading Section Grammar Section Essay (Optional) Scoring ... Grammar Basic Definitions Tense Subject-Verb Agreement Pronoun Agreement Fragments ... Essay Samples Actions to Complete After You Have Read This Book About the Authorshow more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 213.36 x 271.78 x 10.16mm | 385.55g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514120208
  • 9781514120200
  • 2,470,839

About Steve Warner

Larry Ronaldson has been teaching SAT for thirty-nine years in high schools, small groups and one-on-one. Fifty- four of his students have received perfect scores on the reading part and seventy-four on the grammar/writing part in the past fifteen years. He has taught in private and public schools for forty-six years. Mr. Ronaldson has a Master's degree in English Literature from City University of New York and now lives in Seattle. Tom Speedling a New York native, received his Bachelor of Arts from St. Bonaventure University. After returning from Vietnam, he received a Master's of Science Education from Richmond College. Mr. Speedling taught in the New York city and state school systems for more than forty years. He has also tutored students for the SAT for twenty years and written numerous newspaper more