The Resource Zen in the art of the SAT : how to think, focus, and achieve your highest score, Matt Bardin and Susan Fine

Zen in the art of the SAT : how to think, focus, and achieve your highest score, Matt Bardin and Susan Fine

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Zen in the art of the SAT : how to think, focus, and achieve your highest score
Title
Zen in the art of the SAT
Title remainder
how to think, focus, and achieve your highest score
Statement of responsibility
Matt Bardin and Susan Fine
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Introduces a method for test taking, showing readers how to learn to let go of worries and fears, calm the mind, and bring one's attention to the present moment
Cataloging source
DLC
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Bardin, Matt
Dewey number
378.1/662
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
LB2353.57
LC item number
.B36 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Fine, Susan
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SAT (Educational test)
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Zen in the art of the SAT : how to think, focus, and achieve your highest score, Matt Bardin and Susan Fine
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [199]-204)
Contents
The Nature of the Test -- In a Foreign Land -- Walk Through the Open Door -- The New SAT at a Glance -- Thinking -- The Key to Better Thinking: Skip and Come Back -- When to Skip and When to Come Back -- Beginner's Mind: How to Come Back -- Reasons Not to Skip and Come Back (and Why They're Wrong) -- An Example: Erica Works the Test -- From "I Can't" to "I Can" -- Anxiety -- The Buddha and the SAT -- Anxiety and the Present Moment -- Breathing -- Basic Meditation: Managing Anxiety -- Assessing Your Anxiety -- Anxiety Examples -- Reading Challenges -- Reading Habits That Get in the Way and How to Correct Them -- Reading Assessment -- How to Raise Your Reading Level -- Critical Reading Strategies -- Some Things You Must Know -- The Big Ten: Grammar and Usage -- Math Strategies -- Math Basics -- Math Quiz -- The Basics of Timed Writing -- Parents -- Taking Your Parents Down Memory Lane -- Seven Damaging Remarks Well-Meaning Parents Make -- The Five Characteristics of Supportive Parents -- Your Plan -- Organization: How's Your Brain's CEO? -- Just Twenty-five Minutes -- You Can Run a Marathon: Creating an SAT Study Plan -- Getting-Started Checklist -- Life Lessons -- A Crisis Is a Critical Opportunity -- Feelings Are First, but the Mind Leads -- Beginner's Mind (Reprise) -- The Myth of Genius (and Stupidity) -- Vocabulary
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 220 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036975390
Label
Zen in the art of the SAT : how to think, focus, and achieve your highest score, Matt Bardin and Susan Fine
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [199]-204)
Contents
The Nature of the Test -- In a Foreign Land -- Walk Through the Open Door -- The New SAT at a Glance -- Thinking -- The Key to Better Thinking: Skip and Come Back -- When to Skip and When to Come Back -- Beginner's Mind: How to Come Back -- Reasons Not to Skip and Come Back (and Why They're Wrong) -- An Example: Erica Works the Test -- From "I Can't" to "I Can" -- Anxiety -- The Buddha and the SAT -- Anxiety and the Present Moment -- Breathing -- Basic Meditation: Managing Anxiety -- Assessing Your Anxiety -- Anxiety Examples -- Reading Challenges -- Reading Habits That Get in the Way and How to Correct Them -- Reading Assessment -- How to Raise Your Reading Level -- Critical Reading Strategies -- Some Things You Must Know -- The Big Ten: Grammar and Usage -- Math Strategies -- Math Basics -- Math Quiz -- The Basics of Timed Writing -- Parents -- Taking Your Parents Down Memory Lane -- Seven Damaging Remarks Well-Meaning Parents Make -- The Five Characteristics of Supportive Parents -- Your Plan -- Organization: How's Your Brain's CEO? -- Just Twenty-five Minutes -- You Can Run a Marathon: Creating an SAT Study Plan -- Getting-Started Checklist -- Life Lessons -- A Crisis Is a Critical Opportunity -- Feelings Are First, but the Mind Leads -- Beginner's Mind (Reprise) -- The Myth of Genius (and Stupidity) -- Vocabulary
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 220 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036975390

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