ACT review books

<p>Okay I'm going to buy the review book today and start studying in August for the April ACT test. Which books are good for review? I heard Barrons is hard--but is it hard in a way that you are over-prepared, or it just goes through hard stuff and neglects a lot of easy-medium topics. </p>

<p>This is for review, not ACT test questions. I'll get the Real ACT Guide and Princeton Reviews 1296 question book.</p>

<p>Gruber's helped me a lot for the ACT.
I despised Kaplan
PR was pretty good, but not especially helpful if you want over a 30</p>

<p>I haven't used Barrons, but from their Math II book, I'd guess that it should overprepare in a good way.</p>