SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock? There's a new way to study for the SATs. Rather than a cursory glance at a vocabulary list, this study guide sets words to music and also offers humorous definitions.

SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock?

SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock?

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Songs in the Key of SAT

Harbinger

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Spitball in the Eye

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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.

Rock the Sat
Trick Your Brain Into Learning New Vocab While Listening To Slamming Music
By David Mendelsohn, Michael Moshan, Michael Shapiro

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