Barron's Math Workbook for the Sat I- Yay or Nay?

<p>I'm thinking about getting this book. Yes I have the College board book as well. So Yay or nay?</p>

<p>I'd say, why not? I used it the first time around, and at least it gives practice, no matter if the questions aren't really what you will be tested on..But I just borrowed it from the library..I didn't really go overboard and buy it..I only trust the Blue book, but if you're like me and math is your weakest, then you won't mind having extra practice.</p>

<p>grubers has really good math review stuff</p>

<p>If you need practice, then sure. However, if it is concepts and formulas you are trying to learn or understand, I would suggest Barrons SAT II Math Level IC. This book, although is a SAT II book, will help you learn most of the material tested on the SAT. It even gives problems harder than the real thing to sharpen your mind. It makes sure you are fully prepared for the reasoning test. This might seem awkward, but you have my guarantee that it will work. Just be sure to actually understand everything though. In additional to this book, I would do some more practice on rates and probability problems. </p>

<p>With this book, I went from a 62 PSAT to 760+ math score. Read everything and do everything in this book if you decide to get it. Hey! You can take the subject test right after too! :)</p>

<p>Barron's Math Workbook is great.</p>

<p>Mcgraw Hill's 12 sats seems to be very good. I have used only two sections of
test1 so far, but reading as well as math was great.</p>