THE PRINCETON REVIEW GETS RESULTS! Ace the SAT verbal sections with 1, 600+ words you need to know to excel. This eBook edition has been optimized for onscreen viewing with cross linked quiz questions, answers, and explanations. The Princeton Review's SAT Power Vocab brings you useful definitions and study tips for more than 1, 600 frequently-used SAT words. It also includes strategies for memorizing the words and answering questions on the test, as well as a Final Exam section that tests your ability to apply your vocabulary knowledge to SAT questions. Inside the Book: All the Practice a Strategies You Need ac More then 1, 600 frequently-appearing vocabulary words from the SAT ac 170 quizzes throughout the book to help you learn how to apply this knowledge ac A Final Exam section with drills to test your grasp of vocabulary knowledge on practice SAT questions ac An SAT qHit Paradeq of words most commonly tested on the actual examDISSERVICE (di SUR vus) n a harmful action; an ill turn a#39; Inez did a disservice to her parents by informing the police that they were growing marijuana in their garden. a#39; The reviewer did a ... Dissolute and dissipated are synonyms in this sense.
|Title||:||SAT Power Vocab|
|Publisher||:||Princeton Review - 2013-10-22|