Relax! First of all, if you've taken every blue book test out there, you've become QUITE familiar with the types of questions that the CB will ask you. Many people say CB materials only -- and I agree if you can use CB materials only -- but if you've gone through the BB, the following become useless to you:
- 10 Real SAT's
- Any QAS from 1995-2003
Why? Because CB recycles questions, passages, etc. from them. So...no good. What do you do now?
Obviously getting ahold of most current QAS booklets is illegal. But do note that on the CB website they offer a full practice test for free. Furthermore if you BUY
the SAT Online Course by CB, you get an additional 6
exams! (All made from recycled 10 RS and some original questions -- but no overlap with BB). I really do suggest you buy it -- it's worth the money you spend unlike some other test prep books out there.
Now, if you're out of online course tests AND you're out of BB, then buy old PSATs. CB sells three of them. Buy them and treat them like gold, because that's precisely what they are.
Then if you're out of PSATs (whew! you've taken a lot of tests), then go and buy the Princeton Review's 11 Tests. It's harder than the real thing, but the questions aren't so deviant from CB materials as to render them useless.
If you're out of PR
, then buy Barron's "How to prepare" book (get the 2007 edition: it has more tests than the 2009) -- its tests are really good, too. Then once you've exhausted that...well, I suppose you could use Kaplan.
Hope this puts an end to the hundreds of threads about this!