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Posted December 24, 2011
Good if You Want an 800, Okay for Everyone Else
The verdict: Consider the purchase of this book if you have plenty of time to prepare and really are shooting for an 800. Otherwise, stick with Princeton Review¿s Cracking the Math II SAT.
The book is exhaustively comprehensive and covers practically every topic that could appear on the exam. Includes a whopping 7 practice exams, compared to Princeton Review¿s 2 exams.
It reads like a textbook and does not tell you which material you really need to know for the exam. There are quite a few useless topics that are never tested, such as finding the eccentricity of hyperbolas. The exams questions in the book are much more difficult than the actual SAT.
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Posted August 17, 2010
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