SAT Preparation Books

Started by sajiv, Dec 03, 2008, 03:21 AM

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When it comes to the SAT Preparation, there is no substitute for preparation and practice. SAT prep books can give you both. Most prep books offer test-taking strategies and SAT practice tests. Get a good SAT prep book and you will most certainly increase your score. Here's a list of the best SAT preparation books on the market.

1: The Official SAT Study Guide for the New SAT
The best book on the market! Authored by the College Board, the Official SAT Guide is 889 pages of pure SAT prep. It includes drills, strategies, test-taking advice, an expanded math section, a critical reading section, an essay section, and eight full-length practice tests.

2: The Princeton Review Cracking the New SAT 2006
The Princeton Review is known for great test prep books and their SAT guide is no exception. Cracking the New SAT 2006 offers comprehensive information on each section of the new SAT and also includes three full-length practice tests. Though the book leans more towards strategy than actual practice, you can still find many valuable tips that will help you ace the SAT.

3: Kaplan SAT 2006
Kaplan prep books have always been popular, and for good reason. Kaplan is always up-to-date and they run the gamut, offering everything from basic study tips to comprehensive test analysis. The 2006 edition of Kaplan SAT contains hundreds of practice questions with detailed answer explanations, lesson summaries, diagnostic tests, and four full-length practice.

4: Arco Master the SAT 2006
Published by Peterson's Guides, Master the SAT 2006 is a comprehensive guide and a great prep book. Offering writing strategies, skill builders, basic SAT info, tons of practice questions, and five full-length practice tests, Master the SAT 2006 isn't the best book on the market, but it's still a good choice.



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