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A lot of local SAT prep courses (Princeton Review, Kaplan, Huntington's, etc.) are offering pretty decent specials. I'm quite aware that you don't need the courses to study, and that you can simply study for the SATs yourself, but anyone know which courses would be best? I already am studying vocab and whatnot myself, but I kinda think the 'forced' regiment of SAT classes with homework and stuff could benefit me (it's more of a self-psychology thing).
Honestly, I've looked through the deals and promotions they have, and even if they raise my score by like 50 points, it'd be worth the small cost it has.
A couple of my friends/relatives took the Kaplan course, though leaning towards maybe PR. Anyone speak with any experience (please, do NOT tell me they are a waste of time/money, I know that).