Barrons is known to be harder than the real test.
ive beem preparin 4 the june 4th sat II.
I just had a few questions. Here it goes:
For physics ive bin usin
2. Princeton Review
Could anyone who has given the sat tell me wat the level of the questions is on the test, both 4 physics and math..
also, are these books enough and are the questions on these books higher or lower level than the actual test???
also, could sum1 give an answer to my questions book by book...plz.
thanks everybody, ur help will be greatly appreciated!!!
isn't it true that the new Kaplan SAT prep (and ACT i think) books have the "Higher Score Guaranteed" thingy?? If there are mistakes...can we return the book and contact the Kaplan center and get a full refund back?? Kaplan's materials are always "guaranteed"....
How bout' for Princeton? any guarantees??
HAHAHAHAHAH!!! I f'in wish there was a guarantee for TPR... they wouldn't do anything for us when they accidentally duplicated various sections of a diagnostic for us... or when they mixed up definitions in their test prep book... or when they mixed up all of the answers in various sections...Originally Posted by mushroomt0p
Kaplan has a .pdf on their website with all the corrected mistakes. Their "Higher Score Guaranteed" is extremely vague and has a lot of restrictions; so don't buy their books for that incentive.Originally Posted by mushroomt0p
If you really want a "workout" try Barrons, they are known to be a lot harder then the real thing.
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