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About the Series: The Turbocharge Your SAT Series was created to provide students with comprehensive and highly effective SAT preparation for maximum SAT performance. Thousands of students around the world have received substantial score improvements by using Manhattan Review's SAT prep books. Now in its updated 2nd edition for the new SAT in 2016, the full series of 12 guides is designed to provide SAT students with rigorous, thorough, and accessible SAT instruction for top SAT scores. Manhattan Review's SAT prep books precisely target each testing area and deconstruct the different test sections in a manner that is both student-centered and results-driven, teaching test-takers everything they need to know in order to significantly boost their scores. Covering all of the necessary material in mathematics and verbal skills from the most basic through the most advanced levels, the Turbocharge Your SAT Series is the top study resource for all stages of SAT preparation. Students who work through the complete series develop all of the skills, knowledge, and strategies needed for their best possible SAT scores.
About the Author: Professor Dr. Joern Meissner has more than 25 years of teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He is the founder of Manhattan Review, a worldwide leader in test prep services, and he created the original lectures for its first test preparation classes. Prof. Meissner is a graduate of Columbia Business School in New York City, where he received a PhD in Management Science. He has since served on the faculties of prestigious business schools in the United Kingdom and Germany. He is a recognized authority in the areas of supply chain management, logistics, and pricing strategy. Prof. Meissner thoroughly enjoys his research, but he believes that grasping an idea is only half of the fun. Conveying knowledge to others is even more fulfilling. This philosophy was crucial to the establishment of Manhattan Review, and remains its most cherished principle.
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