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SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock?
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SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock?

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SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock?

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Songs in the Key of SAT

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There's a new way to study for the SATs. Rather than a cursory glance at a vocabulary list, this study guide sets SAT words to music. To sample a few of the songs, click on the above titles.

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