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Interesting Reviews

CABARCAMO18CABARCAMO18 Registered User Posts: 64 Junior Member
edited July 2006 in SAT Preparation
Hey everyone.

I found this site: [url]http://www.****.org/prep_book_reviews/index.htm[/url]

which give the Pros and Cons of some of the books that are often discussed on the board.

Hope they help people make up their minds.
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Replies to: Interesting Reviews

  • Psycho_ParoxysmPsycho_Paroxysm Registered User Posts: 612 Member
    Thank you--that's very helpful. :)
  • DUDEDUDE . Posts: 93 Junior Member
    i get so p!ssed when i hear that the tests in the blue book are easier than the actual SAT tests. I feel like i'm wasting my time with the blue book.
  • Xylem101Xylem101 Registered User Posts: 868 Member
    EASIER ..NO WAY??..anybody have anything to say in this????....

    o and if those are easy wat about the online course practice tests?
  • megaman123megaman123 Registered User Posts: 2,189 Senior Member
    I'd say the tests in the blue book are about accurate, but don't get depressed if your scores are low on the practices. Each time I practiced for CR it said I would get in the 600s, and yet I scored 750 and 800.
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