Before heading off to college, high school students first spend a Saturday morning with their number two pencils and calculators, hunched over a little document known as the SAT Reasoning Test.
This “little document” determines the future of your college education. No pressure.
Almost every institution of higher education in the United States requires SAT scores for admission, and there were more than 1.5 million students from the class of 2009 eager to fulfill the prerequisite, according to CollegeBoard.com, the official Web site of the SAT.
So, with competition between yourself and the millions of other ambitious students, how can you be sure you will score high and stand out? At Atlantic Publishing Group, we have a book for that.
101 Ways to Score Higher on Your SAT Reasoning Test is designed to teach students how to read and approach questions while also providing them with resources and teacher recommend strategies that will assist with SAT preparation. The aptitude-testing guide is filled with math, English, and writing practice questions, step-by-step instructions on writing an effective SAT essay, reviews of critical reading, grammar, and correct usage as well as in-depth reviews of important math concepts. It will make the perfect companion for any college bound student hoping to achieve impressive SAT goals.
“I believe that you will be able to raise your own score considerably if you read this book carefully, follow the advice given, and spend considerable time practicing and preparing for the test,” said Author Marti Maguire, who also teaches of test-preparation courses in North Carolina. “We have offered you a detailed map of the SAT landscape. You must chart the path that brings you the greatest success.”