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Power of Words! SAT® and Critical Reading Vocabulary


Power of Words! SAT® and Critical Reading Vocabulary
  • Publisher: Panafold
  • Genre: Education
  • Released: 21 Sep, 2012
  • Size: 177.4 MB
  • Price: $2.99
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Description

For students who have to take the SAT before before March 2016. No flashcards. No drills. Just vocabulary and the same test-taking tips private tutors provide. Vocabulary building is one of the best ways to boost your score now, and enrich your educational experience later.

Along with vocabulary, the app contains general SAT test-taking tips and useful Latin and Greek roots, the basis for thousands of vocabulary words. You see your word appear in interesting, curated web content – there are no made-up examples

Power of Words! for SAT® and Critical Reading is the best way to ace SAT® vocabulary.  This app was designed by a linguistics Ph.D. and Stanford, Columbia and UCLA graduates with help from teachers and students. It lets you learn and retain words that frequently appear on the current SAT. Best of all, it helps you make a more educated guess whenever you encounter an unexpected word on the exam.

Power of Words! SAT® and Critical Reading Vocabulary helps your vocabulary grow, your test scores soar, and your essays become better than ever!

Let us know how it goes at [email protected] Good luck!

What's New in Version 2.2

This update fixes a bug that fetched content. A teacher asked for content to appear without web access: here you go. Customized for those taking the SAT before before March 2016.

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