ACT book that would help the most

<p>I've been reading threads but there are many different answers. I've seen that some books only prep for two sections like math and reading or english and science or something along those lines. I'm wondering which book(s) are best for prepping for the ACT. I am willing to get two, say if one has the best preparation but only includes two sections, and another is the same with the other two sections. Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>Barron's is known to be pretty much overkill, but if you master that, getting a 36 shouldn't be a problem. I thought Princeton Review was pretty close to the real thing, and I usually prefer their prep books, but I guess that's just personal preference. Other than that, the Real ACT Prep gives good tips as well. IMHO, a lot of it is just practice and more practice, because time shortage is what kills most people. Good luck!</p>