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Bio E subject test prep

jakeoshjakeosh 22 replies26 threads Junior Member
Anyone know of good prep books for the bio e subject test? Planning on taking it in November and want to start studying now. I’ve found Princeton review books, but they say 16th addition. What’s the most recent addition for Princeton review?
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  • aatd2aatd2 133 replies9 threads Junior Member
    Barron's and Princeton Review are the most common subject test books that provide you with all the info you need. From what I've heard, Barron's has more info than needed, and Princeton Review has less. But, tbh I would get the books for the practice tests, which are good indicators of what your actual test score will be.

    I believe Princeton's 16th edition is the newest as I can't find another, but most times the editions vary very little. Also, these prep books will include all the material in E and M.

    Best of luck!
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