Two students take the SAT. One uses a brain, a pencil and scratch paper. The other
uses all of these, plus a dictionary, math assistant, concierge and advisor. Who wins?
Today’s high school students feel the pressure to succeed on standardized tests like
no other generation. In this short ebook journalist Peter Wayner uncovers how a group
of elite students use tools that are allowed by the College Board, and by repurposing
them, get close to that elusive perfect score.
Playing completely by the rules, you’ll be surprised at how easily students beat the SAT
at its own game, making the playing field unlevel. Many wonder how relevant the SATs
are in the age of super-cramming and endless tutoring sessions, and this book will add
fuel to that argument. SAT Sneak Attack reveals the exam’s open secret and is a must-
read for those who want to know how clever computer hacks beat the test.
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