What's best prep for verbal SAT I

<p>Last time I took the SAT I studied vocab words alot. I must have studied hundreds of words and I only got a 630, what's a better way to study for SAT I if i need to improve critical reading and analogies. Am i supposed to go through the sentence blank and analogies really quick and leave most of time for reading? Need Help?</p>

<p>Are you supposed to? It's subjective. Rushing through the SC's and Anals helped me. You'll have to see if it works for you :-/</p>

<p>I had fun with Kaplan's Verbal Workbook</p>

<p>You need to keep studying the same words over and over. Make sure you know them extremely well. While you study new words, keep studying the old words. The more words you know well, the easier it's going to be to get through the sentence completions and analogies. </p>

<p>As far as the critical reading goes, you need to practice. Once you do a few practice tests, the answers will really start making sense and jumping out at you as the best. Buy a copy of 10 Real SAT's.</p>