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which book should i get for the sat math section?

jack101jack101 Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
hey people!
i am looking for an sat math book, i would very much like this book to acually have real lessons on materials covered in the sat ( my brain is kinda foggy when it comes to the things i learned in previous math classes). right now, i have narrowed down my decission to The College Panda's SAT Math: Advanced Guide and Workbook for the New SAT, steve warner's SAT Math Problems arranged by Topic and Difficulty Level and pwn the sat. which of the 3 do u think would actually teach me instead of just explaining problems. oh and if u have another book suggestion, please feel free to tell me. so, one more thing left....help?????
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