McGraw-Hill's SAT II Math Level 2

McGraw-Hill's SAT II Math Level 2

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by John J. Diehl, Christine E. Joyce
     
 
Everything students need to ace the SAT II exams

As if taking the SAT I weren’t traumatic enough, many colleges and universities require applicants to take one or more SAT II tests to demonstrate their mastery of specific high school subjects. The five books in McGraw-Hill’s SAT II series cover tests taken by more than 475,000 students each

Overview

Everything students need to ace the SAT II exams

As if taking the SAT I weren’t traumatic enough, many colleges and universities require applicants to take one or more SAT II tests to demonstrate their mastery of specific high school subjects. The five books in McGraw-Hill’s SAT II series cover tests taken by more than 475,000 students each year. Written by experts in their respective fields, these first-rate preparation guides arm students with everything they need to ace the tests, including:

  • Diagnostic exams that pinpoint relative strengths and weaknesses
  • Numerous full-length sample tests
  • Hundreds of problems with complete solutions
  • Step-by-step reviews of all topics covered in each exam
  • Classroom-tested strategies to help students earn top scores

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071456722
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
09/30/2005
Series:
McGraw-Hill's College Review Bks.
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
8.64(w) x 10.92(h) x 0.86(d)

Meet the Author

John J. Diehl teaches mathematics at Hinsdale Central High School, Hinsdale, Illinois, and is a member of the AP Statistics Development Committee.

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McGraw-Hill's SAT II Math Level 2 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is pretty helpful in stating what you need to know and such. However, you have to be careful when reading this book because there are a lot of mistakes. Sometimse when something should be added, it is subtracted, however all the answers are correct (for the most part anyway). The mistakes get really annoying after a while because sometimes the equations that you need to memorize are printed wrong. It is such a hassle trying to figure out a problem with a wrong equation. I wouldn't use this book as my main source of stuyding. Barron's is better!