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Prep/review/advice for 3-4 APs, PSAT, & SAT II Math Level 2?

hellopotatohellopotato Registered User Posts: 20 Junior Member
Hi there!
I'm a rising sophomore and plan to start studying for my tests right now, while nothing else is really happening. The APs I will be taking are Calc AB, Chinese, and APUSH. I'm not sure if I should do this, but I was planning on seeing if I could self-study for Human Geography...

I will also be taking the PSAT (*sigh*) in October, which is sooner than most people think, and I want to get a head start on reviewing for that. Is it true that prepping for the SAT would work for the PSAT?

Since a lot of schools require a minimum of 2 SAT subject tests, I'm also taking the SAT II Math Level 2 test this year (probably in June?). Note: math is my worst subject

Any review book suggestions, advice, or info about any of these tests would be greatly appreciated!! I would like to order Barron's/PR/CollegeBoard materials as soon as possible. :)

Thank you so much!!!

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