McGraw-Hill’s SAT 2010 Edition 5th Edition

We’ve put all of our proven expertise into McGraw-Hill’s SAT to make sure you’re ready for this difficult exam. With this book, you’ll get essential skill-building techniques and strategies developed by a team of renowned test-prep tutors.

Their innovative teaching methods and expert coaching will help you master every question type. With McGraw-Hill’s SAT, we’ll guide you step by step through your preparation program and give you the tools you need to succeed.

McGraw-Hill’s SAT, 2010 Edition

New enhancements, expert instruction, and intensive practice to help you achieve the score you want.

Created by two renowned test-prep teachers, McGraw-Hill’s SAT provides a diagnostic approach that helps you optimize your SAT prep, a proven method for developing the reasoning skills needed for top scores.

Now, this bestselling guide has been fully revised and enhanced in response to feedback from students and reviewers. Improvements include more level-appropriate math examples and more comprehensive explanations where needed.


Like so many things in life, getting your best SAT score isn’t easy. It requires smart practice. It’s not a matter of just learning some “insider’s tricks” to taking multiple-choice tests and writing cookie-cutter essays.

(Most of these test tricks aren’t what they’re cracked up to be. And you can get all of the “insider information” you need for free at the College Board Web site, together with some free practice.)

This book is for students who want to go to the next level and see dramatic SAT score improvements of 70–150 points per section using the College Hill Method, which has been used by the country’s top SAT tutors since 1990.

The College Hill™ Method is a dramatic departure from traditional SAT-prep methods because it focuses on what works best. It is also highly efficient: most students get far better results than they would get from a class, and in half the time.

The College Hill Method focuses on what you need, not on what Joe Average needs. Why just as importantly, it focuses on what the SAT really tests: your ability to understand tough reading passages, to analyze and solve tough math problems, and to write cogently and clearly. No quick tricks or simple formulas can do those things for you.

McGraw-Hill's SAT 2010 Edition


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