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New Math Book

polandspringspolandsprings Registered User Posts: 188 Junior Member
edited March 2010 in SAT Preparation
I used up many of the collegeboard tests and cracking the princeton reviews tests. THerefore, i have no way to practice the math sections. I bought the barrpms 2400 to increase my math score, but theyre math section is too unrealistic and their sample problems wil never appear on the test. THerefore, what other book should I use just to improve math.

PS. I score in the mid 650s and want at least 700.
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Replies to: New Math Book

  • thrill3rnit3thrill3rnit3 Registered User Posts: 1,413 Senior Member
    redo the tests again
  • brownman23brownman23 Registered User Posts: 621 Member
    Try out the Barron's.

    "redo the tests again"

    I agree with that too. Re-doing the tests reiterates whether you remember how to fix your errors. If you don't get an 800, keep on doing the problems that you struggle through or keep missing. Re-doing problems till you get them right is a great way to improve in Math and Writing (possibly in CR, but I always remembered the passages in the section and it didn't really help in improvement).
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