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The Laugh Out Loud Guide: Ace the SAT Exam without Boring Yourself to Sleep! Paperback – October 21, 2008
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The author goes through all the different types of SAT questions, teaching the real information about the questions but with hilarious examples of each of the question types. Some of them sound like late night comedy jokes, which I guess makes sense since the author wrote for Leno. Math questions are also very funny. I didn't know this was even possible!
This book is a really fun way to review the types of questions and take a practice test before going on to taking all the practice SAT tests you can get your hands on. When I was taking the SAT, I read a review book and then took 6-10 practice tests and got 2340 out of 2400. As someone who (thankfully!) doesn't have to take the SAT anymore, I found this book really funny and think it could actually help motivate someone to get started with studying for the SAT. Prior to taking a zillion practice tests.
I thankfully don't plan to take another standardized test for the rest of my life (I burned all my No.2 pencils in celebration), but this book should be mandatory reading for everyone in high school, or anyone else who just likes to laugh.
I keep my copy on my coffee table, and everyone that comes over loves to read through it. My friends and I actually read the questions out loud to see if anyone knows the answer. I'm sure you could build a board game around it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Attempted humor is immature, bathroom, gross and not funny. Writer took the easy way out to sell a book.Published on August 12, 2011 by College bound
I am a teacher and bought this to help students prepare for SAT based on many positive reviews. Some of the tips are good, howver, the practice materials are highly offensive and... Read morePublished on February 11, 2009 by AliR