Best Prep book for Math IIC

<p>I've gotten Kaplan for Physics and Writing. I want to score at least 700+ on all three. Which one is the best one out for IIC? I've heard the 10 tests one is pretty good for it, but need some more suggestions. Help guys? Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>Definitely barrons, although for the practice tests, sparknotes is more realistic.</p>

<p>For math IIC ... hmm. Hard for me to say, since I used so many different books, but I think the Princeton Review book helped the most.</p>

<p>princeton review... went from 660 to 780 by just reading the book for one night :)</p>

<p>Princeton Review, definitely. Covers everything you'll need to know for the test. Barron's is overkill, don't subject yourself to it.</p>

<p>Don't get the Rusen Meylani SAT II with TI one unless you have no idea how to use your calculator...I wasted like $40 b/c a bunch of people told me 'how much it helped'.</p>

<p>Depends on the amount of preparation you've received prior to reading the book.</p>

<p>If you haven't had the most rigorous course in Pre-Calculus (like me, who took Pre-Calc over the summer) get Barron's. Barron's is a more comprehnesive review.</p>

<p>if you've had a decent grounding in Pre-Calc, get Sparknotes.</p>

<p>As for Princeton Reivew, I wouldn't buy a book that merges its IC and IIC prep together into one book.</p>