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California Air Tools 5510SE Test and Review - YouTube ;;;
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Show & Tell: Ultra Quiet Air Compressor - YouTube
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02:30; 120 psi max pressure. this person runs it at 90 psi..
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february 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Customer Review;;;

Customer Review
5.0 out of 5 starsEssential for Practicing on Real SATs, but the 8 Included Tests ($.02/page) can also be downloaded for free.
ByBrian R. McElroyTOP 1000 REVIEWERon May 16, 2017
Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase
I’m a Harvard grad, SAT/ACT perfect scorer, and professional SAT tutor since 2002.

The Official SAT Study Guide, 2018 Edition (currently $16) is the most essential preparation book for the new, revised SAT and PSAT, which began in March 2016 and October 2015, respectively, because it’s the only physical source of official revised SATs—the practice SATs in other third-party books are nothing more than subpar imitations of the real thing. However, the PDFs of all 8 tests in this book, along with moderately helpful answer explanations, can also be downloaded from the College Board / Khan Academy websites for free (google "SAT Practice Tests - The College Board").

In addition, there are no score conversion tables provided: you will have to download the “Daily Practice for the New SAT” mobile app for iOS/Android, which allows you to take a picture of your answer sheet on your cell phone, then have it scored automatically, or to visit the College Board website (google "Scoring your SAT Practice Test #1") in order to manually convert your raw scores (total number correct on each section) into scaled scores (400-1600 scale, with additional sub-scores).

Thus, there is no need to buy this book--it's incomplete, and as I stated earlier, all 8 tests can be easily accessed online.

On the other hand, the physical book does still have its advantages over a bunch of PDFs—perhaps most importantly, the tests are already printed out for you (for now, the SAT is still a paper and pencil test, and you are allowed to write on the test, so in the interest of practicing the way you play, you should never attempt to take it on a computer screen). Those of you who have printers at home know how frustrating and/or expensive it can be to print out a 64-page test (68 if you include the essay portion, and 70 if you include the answer sheets). Even if you print double-sided, which you should, that’s still 35 pieces of paper and a lot of printer ink. And if you want the detailed answer explanations, then you’ll have to print out twice as much. That’s more than 100 pages of printing per test! Never mind the hassle of trying to keep all those pages organized. Do you staple them? Put them in a three-ring binder? The physical book solves these problems easily, keeps everything ordered and in one place, and obviates the need for internet access, at a fraction of what it might cost to print it out yourself ($16 / 1280 pages total = only 1 cent per page). Even if you were to only print out the 8 practice tests, then the book would still come out to less than 3 cents per page. Depending on your personal printing situation, this may or may not be a bargain for you (some of you may be able to print the PDFs for free at your high schools, for example), but you also have to factor in the convenience and organization of the pre-printed book.

More about me: I’m a full-time test prep tutor in San Diego, specializing in SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT. Since 2002, I have amassed over 15 years and 15,000 hours of full-time teaching and private tutoring experience, both in-person and online via Skype. I’m also a Harvard grad (class of ’02) with honors and SAT/ACT perfect scorer who continues to take the test 2-3 times a year, so I like to think that I understand the SAT better than nearly anyone. And I’ve already reviewed all 8 of these new tests with my students, since they've already been available online for several weeks.

Many of the one-star, harshly negative reviews of this book will have nothing to do with the quality of the book and practice tests themselves; it's simply that the reviewers had expected 8 different practice SATs from the ones already released on the College Board / Khan Academy websites, and were thus disappointed when they saw the same tests in this book. (Having worked in this industry for a long while, I was not surprised--it takes a long time to create new tests.) I don't see this as the College Board trying to rip anyone off; I see it as its providing a free, digital option to students (which, by the way, it had never done before), as well as a more convenient, pre-printed option for less than $20.

In addition to the 8 tests, this book contains many additional pages of SAT prep advice, some of which cannot be found anywhere else, along with the practice tests and answer explanations that can be also found online. Although much of the first part of the book is superfluous, and most of it is also available online through Khan Academy, it does offer some moderately helpful tips in its introduction, including a test structure recap, concept overview, practice questions and explanations, as well as an essay rubric, scoring guidelines, and sample essays. As I’ve always said, asking the College Board for advice on the SAT is like asking the IRS for tax advice: the writers are not going to be overly forthcoming. However, I must applaud the College Board for increasing its level of transparency, and for releasing the tests in PDF form to benefit those who cannot afford to buy the book, as well as adding detailed answer explanations (though very often, the explanation provided in the book is not the simplest way to solve the question).

Oh, and the College Board *really* wants you to use the free online tools provided by Khan Academy. I would encourage you to make use of these online tools, practice questions and diagnostics, even though as a professional SAT tutor I am aware of their limitations.

Quick tip: when taking practice sections or full tests in this book, don't bother filling in the bubbles--just circle your answers (unless you plan to score your test using the "Daily Practice" app). For the essay, I recommend that you rip out the pages from the book--it's hard to write without doing so-- and that you practice using the actual essay space, to get a feel for the proper length. Always write by hand, unless you are injured or have a disability, and try to avoid the temptation to type it--good typists can type 2-3 times as fast as the average person can write by hand.

For some reason there is currently no way to download the Essay Space PDF online (ahem, College Board, please get on this), but if you want to practice filling in the bubbles, then you can google "Answer Sheet - New SAT Practice Test." I recommend that you scan the blank essay space in the book after you rip it out, so you can re-use it later if you end up writing more than 8 practice essays.

When it comes time to re-try the questions, I recommend that you either buy a 2nd copy of the book to keep blank, or that you print out a fresh copies using the free PDFs provided by the College Board. It's what I call a "blind review": going over all the questions you got wrong without first checking the correct answer/explanation, or seeing any of your previous work. In my opinion, blind review is one of the key facets of effective test prep. Thus, you should only mark your answers as correct or incorrect (this is easier when working with a partner). Most importantly, don't indicate the correct answers on the test before you get a chance to review them.

In contrast, if you go over questions by checking the correct answers right away, then you can fool yourself into thinking that you understand them fully, when in fact you are still prone to those types of mistakes. The best way to know for sure is to try the questions again, from scratch, *without* the aid of the answer key or the answer explanations. Only then should you confirm the correct answer and read the explanation provided.

Now, let’s talk about the structure of the new test.

-Entire Test: Four answer choices instead of five, no guessing penalty, essay optional (but required by the majority of colleges). Lots of sub-scores, including not only the usual Reading, Writing and Language, and Math scores (1-40), but also Cross-Test scores in “Analysis in History/Social Studies” and “Analysis in Science” (1-40), and sub-scores in “Command of Evidence,” “Words in Context,” “Expression of Ideas,” “Standard English Conventions,” “Heart of Algebra,” “Problem Solving and Data Analysis," and "Passport to Advanced Math" (1-15). I’m not so sure that any of these sub-scores will matter much to colleges: most colleges are simply going to want your Reading, Writing and Math scores, as well as your overall score (now on a 400-1600 point scale). However, these sub-scores should help you figure out your specific areas of weakness.

-Reading Section: 65 minutes, 52 questions. No more sentence completions or esoteric vocabulary. Lots of question pairs where the second question in the pair asks for “the choice that provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question.” For this reason, always glance at the next question for clues as to where the answer might be found. The new reading section also includes a significant number of vocab-in-context questions, as well as some graphs and charts at the end of the passages, with corresponding questions that are usually relatively easy.

-Writing and Language Section: 35 minutes, 44 questions. For those of you who have taken the ACT, the SAT Writing and Language section is nearly identical to the ACT English section. No more isolated sentences like the current SAT writing--instead you are given a series of passages with underlined portions to edit.

-Math No Calculator Section: 25 minutes, 20 questions. New concepts such as imaginary numbers (multiplying by the conjugate of the denominator) and synthetic division are tested. In some cases you must complete the square or use the quadratic equation, and in other instances, you are given physics-type questions that … [more]
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september 2017 by neerajsinghvns
The Holloman Law Group
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may 2010 by neerajsinghvns
Canon Rebel XSi Reviews and Resources » Photography Bay | Digital Camera Reviews, News and Resources
Image quality is good - with excellent colour, with high levels of saturation and contrast. Noise is acceptable higher than average compared to the competition, but is low up to ISO400 and detail is good.
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july 2009 by neerajsinghvns
"One of only few MFC's that can forward your faxes via email" - Dell Multi-Function Laser Printer 1815n user review and rating - CNET Reviews
Summary: I "upgraded" to this machine from a Brother MFC 8500, which compared to this machine worked a lot more predictably. Although it's capable of much more than other MFC's (i.e. networking, e-mailing of faxes sent and received, scanning to usb flash drive, scanning to networked computer), it is not an easy machine to operate. Things that should take one or two key punches (faxing or scanning) require far more key strokes than they should. Sometimes the machine makes you repeat the entry since the machine hasn't warmed up. Otherwise, the main reason this machine is worth getting is
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june 2009 by neerajsinghvns
Dell Multi-Function Laser Printer 1815n Multifunction Device reviews - CNET Reviews
If you use Dell's Network Scan utility, you can scan a document to your networked computer as a JPEG, a TIFF, or a PDF. You can also send out scans via e-mail directly from the printer. In addition, if you plug in a USB flash thumbdrive to the front-mounted USB 1.1 port, you can scan directly to the key. (You can also print directly from the USB drive. This feature supports TIFF, BMP, TXT, PDF, and PRN files.);;;;;;;;;;;;Speed
Strangely enough, the Dell 1815dn printed grayscale graphics (20.01ppm) faster than it did black text (17.75ppm). The similarly priced Canon ImageClass MF5750 clocked 14.80ppm for black text and 16.11ppm for grayscale graphics. The 1815dn printed our PowerPoint presentation at an impressive 17.87ppm. It scanned color documents at 4.86ppm and grayscale documents at 4.85ppm, both faster than the Canon MF5750. The Dell 1815dn rocked the copy test, spitting out copies at 12.29ppm.
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june 2009 by neerajsinghvns
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april 2009 by neerajsinghvns - Printers--All-in-one - Dell 1125
$230; printer from Dell with scan, copy, and fax functions
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november 2008 by neerajsinghvns
Phaser 3200Mfp/B Color Laser Printer, Scanner, Fax, Copier, 16 Ppm
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november 2008 by neerajsinghvns
To RAID or Not to RAID : Windows Home Server Hardware : Windows Home Server : Microsoft Forums
RAID is not a supported scenario....

If you decide to proceed with RAID despite the above, here are a couple of hints and tips:
- Make one of your 500 GB drives as the system drive. It will deliver a better user experience.
- Make the other 3 500 GB drives a RAID 5 array.
WHS  RAID  review 
october 2008 by neerajsinghvns
Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows: Windows Home Server Review
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Rather than burden the user with complicated technologies like RAID, WHS instead supplies a very simple interface that ensures that important files are duplicated across at least two physical drives, ensuring that if one drive fails, you won't lose anything critical. I've configured WHS so that all of my digital photos are duplicated in this fashion, while videos are not. File duplication is configured on a per share basis and is automatic if you have two or more drives connected.
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october 2008 by neerajsinghvns
NordicTrack Elite 2900 Treadmill Review
$1500; As of 7/21/07 it was selling for $1,499 with shipping on
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