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Really, I'd say use your school textbook EXCESSIVELY.
i guess i improperly assumed that you would develop a good sense of mathematical thinking after you learn math properly from a textbook or on your own. being a self studier, i've found that doing many questions from my precalc textbook in freshman year helped me see connections in mathematics much more easily.
so you can either study for the sat or actually learn math. simply put.