This accessible guide gives you the tools you need to score high on the new SAT essay.SAT Essay Randall McCutcheon, James Schaffer ... Consider these verbs taken from the headlines of a single sports section: stifles, battles, tarnishes, turns back, dominates, shocks, spoils, skins, hangs on, benches, catches, dooms, ... Whew! It must have been quite a day on the gridiron. ... For example, you could turn ahe has a plan toa into ahe plans toa or athe team had ten lossesa into athe team lost ten.
|Title||:||Increase Your Score in 3 Minutes a Day: SAT Essay|
|Author||:||Randall McCutcheon, James Schaffer|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2004-07-05|