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SAT practice

Written By: Gary on August 20, 2005 3 Comments

So I saw this Franklin Princeton Review Pocket Prep for the New SAT device, it’s some kind of interactive digital flashcards for the new SAT. It’s got timed exams, vocab lists, tutorials and feedback based on your practice exams. This would have been handy, especially the timing, I think the timing is one of the hardest parts for people to prep for on these kinds of exams…

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3 Responses to “SAT practice”

  1. Gary Said... says on: 21 August 2005 at 12:26 am

    The Perfect Score – Review

    The Perfect Score, about a group of kids who decide to steal the answers to the SAT, tonight I got around to watching this one. It wasn’t until I was watching it for a few that I realized I had done that post about the SAT gizmo earlier today (duh!)….

  2. Paula says on: 21 August 2005 at 9:54 am

    That looks interesting, Gary. I might get one for my daughter–she’ll be a sophomore in September.

  3. jonathan says on: 3 November 2006 at 4:50 pm


    That is one nice gadget. Sure is handy. I also found this palce where they offer online course prep for SAT. I just want to share it with you guys. Check it out at BostonTestPrep.com
    I hope its useful.

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