Best SAT Prep Materials?

<p>Hello, </p>

<p>I feel that there are many SAT prep books and materials. I wonder what many of you recommend. I have the Blue Book and Peterson's SAT prep books. Are there any more that are excellent and have increased your scores alot? I'm trying to get from an 1810 to 2100+.</p>


<p>These aren't bad:</a> 11 Practice Tests for the New SAT and PSAT: With Free Access to Online Score Reports and More SAT Help (9780375764349): Princeton Review: Books</a> Kaplan 12 Practice Tests for the SAT 2012 (9781607149705): Kaplan: Books</p>

<p>These are really great!
Writing: Rocket Review
Critical Reading: Grammatix
Math: Dr. Chung's and Gruber's Math
Good Vocabulary: Direct Hits
For Practice tests: Blue Book. That's it, please don't buy other ones.</p>

<p>^Thanks for the recommendations! I'm ordering Dr. Chung's SAT Math right now. I don't think you could still purchase Grammatix?</p>



<p>I am using the Princeton Review 11 tests book, and it's not bad, but it's not quite as good as the Blue Book.</p>

<p>For the Math section of the SAT, try this approach:</p>

<p>1) Study, study, study using any of the reputable study guides.
2) Purchase or check out the College Board's Official SAT Study Guide (2004 or 2009 version).
3) Take the math practice tests and score your results.
4) Review the incorrect answers by viewing the free online videos at the Khan Academy's web site ( [url=<a href=""&gt;][/url&lt;/a&gt;] ), where each of the math problems on the practice tests are solved in a step-by-step process.</p>

<p>It worked for my son. He raised his Math score from 79th percentile to 96th percentile using this approach.</p>

<p>Good luck.</p>