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Great guide, silverturtle.
just out of curiosity, is the guide still the way it is today even though it is 3 years old? or do you update it?
My brother scored a 2380 on the SAT and showed me this guide. I'm a rising junior, and I was wondering if the section about the SAT Math II could be elaborated? I used the Barron's Math II book and took the test twice my sophomore year (when i was taking precal). I made a 720 the first time, and when I took it again the following month scored a disappointing 660. I was occupied with school work and ecs at that time, so I only completed 2 and a half practice tests. Is it worth to take more practice tests and retest next month? or should I use another resource? I really want an 800, but I'm worried that my scores won't improve
Are you sure about this:
28. In 1988 a Soviet icebreaking ship helped free three gray whales that had become trapped in the Arctic ice after they had swam into the coastal waters of Alaska to feed. No error
I think that "had become" is also an error as this event is a consequence of "had swam" is in the same sentence; thus needs to be in the simple perfect tense. I agree that "had swam" is also wrong, so this question is invalid.
My question is whether you can succeed without the blue book, because i kinda live in narnia (outside us) and it is is impossible to find it, but i have some other books though... If yes which other book practice tests do you think are nearest to college board's ones?