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Physics - PR or Barrons (TESTWISE)

imbavidakimbavidak Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
I'm taking SAT II Physics, and I'm confident in my knowledge, however, English isn't my native language and I think the questions on the SAT could be different than the ones I'm used to.

That's why I need practice tests that most closely resemble the real test questions, can even be harder, just please not easier. I don't really care about the theory part of the book.

I've searched these forums, and I've come across only 2 books that seem to be viable, the "Cracking the SAT Physics Subject Test" from Princeton Review and the "Barron's SAT Subject Test in Physics". If ones that better meet my wishes exist, please tell me.

Thanks
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Replies to: Physics - PR or Barrons (TESTWISE)

  • schoolisfunschoolisfun - Posts: 1,238 Senior Member
    If you want to get the closest tests that resemble the official tests, get the College Board SAT subject test book. It has subject tests for every single subject, i think.
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