Ways of the SAT Winners - eBook
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Why you should be reading this ebook if you are aiming at a 2200+
SAT  Score

Most of the SAT prep material out there is targeted at the average SAT taker.  
While some of it does contain tough problems, that itself is not enough.

To score high marks, something more than adequate preparation is required.
After all, most of the SAT winners do study from books that are available to everyone else. So
does that imply that anybody using the same material will be able to become a SAT winner? To
an extent yes, but that is not the whole story.

There is something beyond knowledge that the SAT winners have and that is attitude,
confidence, stamina, and positive thinking.

You too can build these qualities into yourself. Unfortunately, there is no book or preparation
guide in the market that teaches you how to build these qualities.

And that is the reason I have written this book. The idea is to enable you to build the same set of
winning qualities that the SAT winners display.

This book will not only teach you how to tackle tough SAT Math and SAT
Critical Reading problems, it will also tell you all about the tips that the SAT Winners use to  get

More importantly, you will learn when NOT to use Shortcuts, when NOT to skim RC passages,
and when NOT to Cancel your score!

I have myself scored in the 99 percentile range in various tests over the years.  My GMAT score
is a near perfect 780 out of a possible 800 (
you can see my score here).
As you are aware, to score a 99 percentile in the GMAT is much tougher than doing the same in
the SAT.  This is because, even though both Exams test basic Math and English,  the GMAT is a
graduate level exam, and the competition from international students is fierce.

I have also taught hundreds of students, many of who have scored in the 99 percentile at SAT.

Over the years, I have closely observed how these SAT winners behave. What exactly do they
do, what do they feel and how do they rev themselves up, especially as they approach the test

Combining that with my own experience of the SAT, I have distilled  a few specific qualities that
the SAT winners display and a few distinct strands of behavior that they show.

Knowledge is indeed a necessary condition to be a SAT winner, however,
knowledge alone is not sufficient to be a SAT Winner.

You need to know much more than how to solve a difficult Probability problem, you need
thorough understating of how the SAT  works, you need the right attitude, the right way to train,
to know when to stop training and much more.

This book will highlight the behavior and knowledge traits of the SAT winners and enable you to
learn from them.

This book will open the doors to Your becoming a SAT Winner!!

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Why spending two hours with this book can save
you weeks of prep time.

There are hundred of Websites and thousands of books floating around for SAT prep.

Just to cull out the relevant study material, preparation course can take days of effort.

Even then you run the risk of picking up the incorrect material that does not help you reach your

Also, SAT is more about the application of concepts rather than the learning of concepts. Most of
the books and coaching classes teach you about the concepts rather than how to apply these to
the SAT.

With this book, you will learn how the SAT winners take the same study material as everybody
else, put in the same effort, yet come out with flying colors.
As you might think, it is not that they are gifted, if that alone were the cause, there would not be
multiple examples of people improving their scores by 400 + points in the second attempt.

You will learn about how the SAT winners plan, how they think, what material they use.

You will learn about how they think, how they boost their confidence, how they ‘Visualize’ success.

You will also learn about what they avoid studying, what they focus on and what they leave to

How do SAT Winners study from the same books, spend the same
time, yet come our with a much higher score than the average student?

If you think SAT winners spend months studying, there could be nothing further from the truth.
I have seen students study for years, leave alone months, yet end up with an average score.

If you think SAT winners have a 150+ IQ, again there could be nothing further from truth.
There are hundreds of students, who have managed to score in the 99 percentile in SAT, but
done very poorly on other standardized tests like the ACT, the MENSA or graduate level tests
like the GMAT. If IQ alone were responsible for standardized test performance, then these
students would have a consistent result across all the tests, but a high IQ by itself will never mean
a high SAT Score.

There are a certain set of qualities that the SAT Winners have though, and these are the
qualities and abilities that enable them to become SAT Winners.

In this book, you will learn about these qualities, and more importantly how to inculcate them
within yourself.
You will learn how to think like a SAT Winner and eventually how to actually become one!!

How do SAT Winners get lucky

There are always some  students who tend to get 'Lucky' on the SAT. Their SAT score is out of
proportion of their GPA, their perceived IQ level or their preparation levels.  l How do they do it?
How do some students attract 'Good Luck'. In fact it is not just students, but successful people
from all walks of life seem to attract this elusive 'Good Luck'.

Part of the answer lies in the face that the Winners perceive the Exam not as a hurdle to be
crossed, but as a challenge where they can show their 'Stuff'.

Of course, the Winners know their Math and their Critical reading, but they also have the right
mental attitude and the frame of mind to attract 'Good Luck'.

You too can do the same. This book will not only improve your Critical reading and Math skills,
but also show you how you can prepare yourself  to get 'Lucky' in the SAT.

When you read this book, you will also get answers to critical questions like:

Why do SAT winners Ignore certain 'Difficult' Questions?

How do SAT winners overcome their limiting beliefs and their fear of the Exam

How do Winners get to the correct answer by using the answer choices?

Why the most important problems are the ones you get wrong?

When are you sufficiently prepared to book the Test?

Why should you believe me?

As you can see elsewhere on this site, I am an Engineer MBA and have scored 780 (out of a
Maximum possible score of 800 )in the GMAT(
Click Here to see my Score).

Earlier I had scored 99 percentile in the Old SAT.

I have been training SAT students for the past ten years. Many of these students have gone on
to score 99 percentile.

I have taken private one-to-one tuitions charging $100 per hour.

I have also taught the weekend Courses in various parts of the world.

During my interactions with the SAT Winners, I have observed that many of the SAT Winners
follow a certain set of actions for their preparation.

Though many of the 'Softer' aspects of preparation are often not verbalized enough, these are
as important as the hard preparation.

This is even more so at the 2100+ level, where most students are well acquainted with the basics
as well as with advanced concepts.

This book represents the essence of my close observations of hundreds of SAT winners and how
they actually do it.

This book represents the strategies that helped thousands of others get
a score of 2100+.

Above all, this book is meant to save You weeks of looking around to find the right material, right
courses and the right method of study.
It is meant to prevent You from wasting precious days searching for the material You need.

And it is meant to give You tips to develop the SAT Winners' attitude.

Spend a few hours on this book and save weeks of searching around.
Provide Yourself the road map to become an SAT WINNER.

Here is a preview of the book’s Table of content:

What does it take to be a SAT Winner
What is the SAT
Structure of the New SAT
The Myths of SAT
Even though most colleges claim Not to have a cut off, most of the top colleges have
an average SAT score of 2200+.  Myth: Since it is a standardized test, it can be beaten.
The Winning SAT Prep Strategies
The First Step: Know yourself
Identifying your weak areas
Work on your strong areas
Which is the Best Course/Books/Study Material for me?
Must Have Books
Is private tutoring the Holy Grail of a high score?
How do the SAT Winners actually study?
Why the most important problems are the ones you get wrong
What is the right time to book your SAT Exam
Why do SAT Winners train like an Athlete
The Winning approach
So now that you know which books/course material to use and how to train, what exactly
should you do and in what order?
How did Joe go from 1800 to 2250
Why some people score higher the second time around
What the Winners know about SAT Math & how to Beat it
Problem Solving
Using the Answer Choices
How does a Winner deal with SAT Verbal
The Block Technique
SAT Reading
Time Management
Do SAT Winners work in groups?
Why the winners ignore selected ‘Difficult’ Problems
Why you should read the News papers
How to find out your future SAT score without taking the SAT
When Shortcuts are important
Why Mental Fitness is Key
Exam Strategies
How to get ‘Lucky’ in SAT.
The Winning Mind Set
Burning Desire to Excel
How Winner’s overcome limiting beliefs
How Winner’s manage their Self Image to succeed
The Mental Picture Principle
The Winning Traits
How Winners Plan
Beware of your Biggest Enemy
How Persistence pays
SAT Winners countdown to the S Day…
A Week before the Test
The Day Before the Test
The Test Day
Those Four Hours
Managing Test Anxiety
What does test anxiety feel like?
What can you do to control test anxiety?
So How Do You Get To Be Self-Confident?

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Free Gift No 3:
Winners' Guide to English Usage

Correct English usage is critical, not only for the Critical Reading section, but also for the
In this 50 page Guide you will find typical examples of wrong usage by students.

Words that are commonly used incorrectly are listed in an alphabetic order.

As an example, a
partial list of  words starting with letter 'A' is illustrated below.

Action  for  Act . "In wrestling, a blow is a reprehensible action."
A blow is not an action but an act. An action may consist of many

Admission  for  Admittance . "The price of admission is one dollar."

Admit  for  Confess . To admit is to concede something affirmed. An
unaccused offender cannot admit his guilt.

Adopt . "He adopted a disguise." One may adopt a child, or an
opinion, but a disguise is assumed.

All of . "He gave all of his property." The words are contradictory:
an entire thing cannot be of itself. Omit the preposition.

As for  for  As to . "As for me, I am well." Say, as to me.

At Auction  for  by Auction . "The goods were sold at auction."

At  for  By . "She was shocked at his conduct." This very common
solecism is without excuse.

Attain  for  Accomplish . "By diligence we attain our purpose." A
purpose is accomplished; success is attained.

Authoress . A needless word--as needless as "poetess."

Avoid  for  Avert . "By displaying a light the skipper avoided a
collision." To avoid is to shun; the skipper could have avoided a
collision only by getting out of the way.

PS: The cost of these free gifts alone is much more than $27.  These are being given as an
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Click here to learn about the Common SAT pitfalls and how to avoid them.

Learn how SAT Winners Improve their
Reading skills here.

Get some practice solving typical 'End-of-the-section'
tough Math questions here.

Brush up your Grammar in our Special
SAT Grammar Section.

Click here to read how Joe got a 2340 Score.

Of course, you cannot forget the all important 'Vocabulary' section.
This section does NOT give you thousands of 'dry' words with meaning.
It provides you with the 1100 Most Important SAT Words, and clear illustrates their usage in sentences.
I got 2100 in my first attempt at SAT.
But I knew with the competition out
there, this score might not be enough
to get into a top five college. I had
already gone through most of the
book and the College Board material.
But I got that Winning Edge only
when I went through the 'Ways of the
SAT Winners'. This is probably the
best book available in the market if
you are looking for that extra edge.
The author is simply brilliant, having
himself cracked the much more
competitive GMAT test. Highly
You can read
details of my SAT
preparation here.
Joe Sandhurst (SAT: 2340)
After my first two attempts at the SAT,
I was really desperate!!!  I was
consistently scoring above 2200 in
the Practice tests, but somehow
never got beyond
1900 during the
actual exam.
And then I heard of the 'Ways of the
SAT Winners' through a friend.
That I must say was the end of my
misery!! Applying the strategies and
the mental training in this book, I
came out with flying colors and got
into the college of my choice.

Keith Robinson
(SAT 2320)                 
I desperately wanted to get to a Top
10 College and needed at least a
2200 score. Though I had access to
all the relevant books and practice
tests, I never managed to cross the
2000 mark. I realized that the
problem is my fear of exam.. 'Ways of
the SAT Winners' helped me
overcome my fear psychosis and
ended up with a 94 percentile in
Math and a great overall score.  I
only wish there were such a book for
the rest of the admission process.

Kathy Green (SAT: 2320)
While I saw a lot of books to prepare
for the SAT, what I did not find was
something that would show me the
Big Picture of the SAT Exam.
Something that would cover not just
Quant and Verbal, but also tell me
how to study, which material to do
first, how to prevent making the same
again and again.  Literally, how to
like a SAT Winner.

And then, one day, surfing the net, I
came across this site and bought the  
'Ways of the SAT Winners'.
I must say that that was the end of my
search and the beginning of the road
to a great SAT score.

Colin Sweeney (SAT 2250)
I can safely say that next to an
extensive round of private tutoring,
which costs thousands of dollars, this
book is the best resource out there for
cracking the SAT. It not only gives
you invaluable tips to tackle the
exam, but also prepares you mentally
to compete with the best in the
country. Highly Recommended.

Paul Smith (SAT: 2180)
Probability was one area that I
found none of the SAT prep books
covered well. I am very good at
maths, but only managed a 92
percentile in my first attempt.
With the help of your book, I was
not only able to develop my test
taking skills, but also felt much
more confident tackling the
probability questions that appear
to be occurring more often in the
SAT now.

Thanks for contributing to my

Bobby Pintel (SAT: 2360)
This book has been like a live
tutor helping me right from the
time I started thinking about
starting my SAT prep,
selecting the relevant books
and courses etc, to the time I  
spent those four nerve wrecking
hours at the test.

If you are lost and don't know
where to start and what to do,
all you need is the 'Ways of the
SAT Winners'.

Tanya Dawes (SAT: 2180)
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