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Study for Math IIC

GetMeIn03GetMeIn03 Posts: 100Registered User Junior Member
Ok so im going to buy the barron's book to study for math IIC and im wondering if i cud be ready for the test on june 7, 08. I just finished pre calculus. Im aiming for an 800. SO u think i can do it. I forgot a lot of the trig in math B, but im sure barron's will refresh my memory.
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Replies to: Study for Math IIC

  • collegebound2009collegebound2009 Posts: 466Registered User Member
    If you do all the practice times in block timing, yeah. I'm using it now, and it's hard - but the test isn't on that level. I'm scoring like 750s on the tests but not worrying about it. Its really good for overpreparing lol.
  • doyoubelieve09doyoubelieve09 Posts: 32User Awaiting Email Confirmation Junior Member
    i've heard that a year of precalculus will be good preparation for scoring high. i'm using the barron's book as well and it's a really good refresher. good luck! :)
  • stanford1463stanford1463 Posts: 461. Member
    i just used the collegeboard "real SAT IIs" book i got an 800 on the practice
  • RedwoodRedwood Posts: 624Registered User Member
    dude math sat 2 is a joke. as long as u paid attention in class and did good on the tests, you willl ace it with MINIMMAL prep.
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