Anyone mind rating the prep materials I have?

<p>Hello all, once again!</p>

<p>Would anyone mind running through the list of prep books and giving me a general idea of what the good ones are? Maybe the most logical order that I should run through them? Just trying to figure out which ones are the most helpful, and maybe even the ones to straight-up ignore. Need to start prepping for the September ACT since I did zero studying for the first two.</p>

<p>I have the following:</p>

<p>Barron's ACT Math and Science Workbook
Kaplan ACT Math and Science Workbook
Amsco's Prepping for the ACT English and Reading
Up Your Score: The Underground Guide to the SAT
Barron's ACT 36
Real ACT Prep Guide 3rd edition (aka red book)</p>

<p>All but the last two were passed down from my brother when he took it three years ago. Ended up going out and buying ACT 36 and the red book a week or two after the June testing. I'm guessing those are the best two out of the bunch, but what about the others?</p>


<p>Get the Princeton Review one, it’s second best to only the red book.</p>

<p>aren’t there more than one Princeton review? which PR you were talking about?</p>

<p>I’m talking about the one with 1296 questions, it’s just more practice, you can get the Cracking the ACT for review but practice is better.</p>