SAT Sneak Attack

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Peter Wayner is a journalist with decades of experience working for the New York Times, InfoWorld, Wired, BYTE, Technology Review and others. He's written almost two dozen books on a wide range of topics. More information, summaries and samples can be found at his personal website at

SAT Sneak Attack

How Computer Geniuses Hack, Beat and Cheat America's Most Feared Exam

Authored by Peter Wayner
Edition: 1.0

What would you rather have to take the SAT:
a) a brain
b) a pencil
c) some scratch paper
d) all of the above and a dictionary and a math helper?

Read this new short book exploring how some computer geniuses are helping kids with money choose (d). They're sneaking in help to ace the exam.

Journalist Peter Wayner interviewed a number of computer hackers and explored how they're helping thousands of kids slip a bit of extra help into the exam. He tried their techniques and found that they could boost scores by fifty to two hundred points. The scariest revelation he discovered is that the College Board doesn't seem to care enough to stop it.

Read his short book exploring these rings of hackers and learn just how easy it can be to get a bit of extra help.

Publication Date:
1492868949 / 9781492868941
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Education / Higher

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