You have to take the SATs. There's no way out of it. (Seriously, we tried.)
So suck it up, and download these songs (and this pdf). Why? Because it's the fastest, easiest, coolest way to learn the vocabulary words you're going to see on the test. What makes it so easy? Music. (You like music, don't you?) 13 slamming tunes featuring the vocab in action. Just kick back, listen to the songs, and learn. It's like studying but without the studying part. Buy it quick before the man shuts us down!
Pop quiz: Do you want to score major points? Do you want to kick butt on your verbals?
Then get ready to Rock the SAT.
Yes, there will be a test.
Make sure you download this pdf to follow along with the lyrics and vocabulary words.
SAT is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
©2006 David Mendelsohn, Michael Moshan, and Michael Shapiro. All rights reserved (P)2006 McGraw-Hill Education
My 11 year old daughter thought the first few songs were interesting, but then she quickly got bored. She wouldn't listen or read the lyrics. She prefers the Princeton Review Vocab Minutes which is a free podcast download.
I like the songs. They are catchy and I find myself singing them in the shower sometimes. You'll need to download the lyrics to follow along for the first couple of time through. After that, you can listen along and let the words sink in over time. The songs are written in such away that the word is defined within the song, so you don't have to keep grabbing a dictionary each time you forget a word. You can also attain the results you want faster by writing each word down, defining it and practice using it. Great product.
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