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»Discussion Home »Help & Rules 06-22-2006, 09:48 PM #1 »Latest Posts PR "Hit Parade" Vocab. »NEW! CampusVibe™ CameronK Junior Member »Stats Profiles Do you guys think that the "Hit Join Date: Oct 2005 Posts: 107 Parade" vocab. from Top Forums the PR Reading and Writing »College Chances Workout for the New SAT is »College Search enough Vocabulary to learn? Should »College Admissions I look into some other SAT »Financial Aid vocabulary sources? If so, which »SAT/ACT ones? Thanks in advance! »Parents Report Problem Post Reply »Colleges 06-22-2006, 10:31 PM #2 »Ivy League Main CC Site »College Confidential »College Search »College Admissions »Paying for College Sponsors 06-22-2006, 10:40 PM SuperMatch - The Future of College Search! CampusVibe - Almost As Good As A Campus Visit! CameronK
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is it the book with 250 sat high frequency words ? if so, you should get some more books like wordsmart or barron's list. Report Problem Post Reply #3 Yes it is. I also have the two SAT "flip-o-matics" from Kaplan. Would those be good to study? Report Problem Post Reply #4 definitely good and convenient...

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my friend would have them with him and flip through them when bored in class or just plain bored. Report Problem Post Reply #6 Has anyone seen the vocab list from McGraw Hill SATI Book? How is that list? 06-23-2006. Like skywalker said.962 Report Problem Post Reply Bookmarks Quick Reply Message: Options Quote message in reply? Post Quick Reply Go Advanced .Member Join Date: Jul 2005 Location: United Arab Emirates Posts: 621 Report Problem Post 06-23-2006. 08:22 AM lil_killer129 Senior Member Join Date: Aug 2004 Location: New York City Posts: 3. they are very convenient. 02:06 AM Tarun45 Junior Member Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: California Posts: 207 Reply #5 I didn't use the "flip-o-matics. and as such." but my friend who did raised his verbal score by 60-80 points.

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