Total Recall--a Scientifically proven method of word retention for SAT students
More than a million students take the SAT every year, pinning their hopes for the future on a high score. Building a strong vocabulary is one of the categories of study that is essential for success, but word lists and flash cards have proven to be ineffective study techniques.
Instant Recall SAT Vocabulary provides an easier, more successful way to build vocabulary, by using a scientifically proven system to help students build their word lexicons and thus achieve higher test scores. Using an audio program in conjunction with written text, this package encourages the student to imagine verbal images connecting the sound of the key word with its meaning. Studies have proven this method to be three times more effective than traditional means in advancing ones vocabulary. The package includes:
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The 200 key words you'll need to know to ace the SAT--plus an academically proven system to help you remember them
Everyone knows that to land high scores in the SAT you need an SAT-ready vocabulary. But where do you get that vocabulary? Can you really be expected to learn thousands of words you may never use again?
Instant Recall SAT Vocabularyhas an easier way. This CD-based, interactive package--designed by world-class memory and vocabulary experts to produce instant results--goes beyond other SAT packages to give you:
Instant Recall SAT Vocabulary combines two 75-minute CDs with an easy-to-follow text for a vocabulary-stretching program proven by studies to be more than twice as effective as traditional methods. Let it show you the words you need to know, teach you the memory tools you need in order to remember those words, and give you one less thing to worry about on test day.About the Author:
E. Guy Nobes teaches English at Marlborough College. Michael M. Gruneberg, Ph.D., is an honorary visiting professor in psychology at Indiana State University. Douglas J. Herrmann, Ph.D., is a professor and head of the department of psychology at Indiana State University.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, The, 2004. Audio CD. Book Condition: Good. 2 AUDIO CDs in the clamshell case withdrawn from the library collection. Library markings and stickers to the CDs. Some shelf wear to the box. Each audio cd is in an individual slot, protected and clear sounding and polished. Enjoy this audio performance!. Audio Book. Bookseller Inventory # OverHC517110041