Shaan Patel was just like you: a normal teenager enjoying his high school years and giving little thought to the SAT. But after a disappointing first try on a practice exam, he buckled down and read everything he could find about SAT prep. His research, persistence, and hard work helped him win the ultimate SAT prize--a perfect 2400 score!
In SAT 2400 in Just 7 Steps, Shaan shares the proven strategies, winning preparation plans, and high-scoring methods he used to reach a perfect score.
- Study strategies that can turn an ordinary student into an SAT genius
- The actual SAT Essay that Shaan wrote when he scored a 2400
- The most powerful SAT Reading strategy: WYPAD--Write Your Personal Answers Down
- The 15 math strategies you must know to solve any SAT Math question
- Answer explanations to hundreds of SAT practice questions using a perfect score mind-set
Shaan Patel is from Las Vegas, where he attended public schools. Shaan's perfect SAT score took his academic career to new heights. His test preparation efforts won him admission to prestigious universities, scholarships, and national awards such as Presidential Scholar, USA Today All-USA High School Academic Team Honorable Mention, and National Merit Finalist.
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About the Author
Shaan Patel was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. He attended urban public schools and currently attends the eight-year dual-degree Baccalaureate/ MD program at the University of Southern California. A self-taught SAT expert, Shaan scored a perfect 2400 on the exam. He is the founder of 2400Expert.com, a free online SAT preparation resource.
Table of Contents
Welcome General SAT Preparation SAT Writing The SAT Essay Improving Sentences Improving Paragraphs SAT Reading Sentence Completions Passage-based Reading Vocabulary SAT Math Math 2400 Strategies 50 SAT Math Problems Practice Exam Practice Exam Answer Explanations Test Day Checklist
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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