APs more difficult than SATIIs?

<p>Does anyone know if I should study the AP and SATIIs separately, or should I just concentrate on AP review books?</p>

<p>I think if you study sufficiently for the AP, you will have studied sufficiently for the SAT II in a corresponding subject. However, the SAT II's in some subjects test more memorization than skill, so it wouldn't hurt to pick up some SAT II books and read over some laws, theories, etc (if science).</p>

<p>Yeah I'd say mostly study AP but give the SAT II Review a once over.</p>

<p>Generally, if you get an AP 5 you get 750+ SAT II.</p>

<p>After a couple weeks of taking "intense" AP US History practice exams after school, we took an "SAT II" version of U.S. History. In all honesty, the exam is a piece of cake (in comparison to the AP US test). It's more generalized, and less specific. Like an earlier poster said, a 5 on the AP test "usually" guarantees a 750 and above on the SAT II for that subject.</p>

<p>I got a 5 but only got a 710. damn</p>