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Publisher's Summary

A Complete Review of The Top 500 SAT Vocabulary Words
Improve your spelling. Gain a better understanding of sentence structure. Increase your SAT scores. SAT Vocabulary AudioLearn includes a review of more than 500 words that commonly appear on the SAT, making it your indispensable study guide when it comes to SAT vocabulary!
Key Topics:


Spelling
Syntax
Sentence Usage
Pronunciation
And much, much more!
Download SAT Vocabulary AudioLearn to your phone or iPod and study at the gym. Review pronunciation and syntax in the car. With its convenient format, AudioLearn fits your busy lifestyle, enabling you to study anywhere. Anytime. Best of all, you'll significantly increase learning and retention with AudioLearn's proven study format.
©1997-2013 AudioLearn (P)1997-2013 AudioLearn
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By Jeff Wang on 12-03-13

Don't buy this book

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The orator read this non stop, very fast. And there is no paper list of vocabulary come with it. Very poor learning experience.

Would you ever listen to anything by SAT Test Prep Team again?

Not sure

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of AudioLearn Voice Over Team?

Not sure

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

disappointment

Any additional comments?

I wish the narrator is a human that breaths. And also narrator needs to understand the listeners are humans, that they need time to think while listening.<br/><br/>Providing PDF downloading list of words would be a great help.

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