Bio Recommendation

<p>I would like a book recommendation for preparing for the SAT Biology test for a freshman that will have only Bio Honors underneath his belt. I plan on taking the test June 2nd, a week after school ends. I have Bio Honors right now, currently in the 2nd semester. </p>

<p>I've been using REA SAT Subject Test Biology. It seems like a mini text book, which at this point suits my needs since it fills me in on some missing knowledge. I performed averagely on the first practice test I took (before beginning the book). I'm going to take another practice test after I finish the book to see where I'm at, but are there any other books that would benefit me on top of this? </p>

<p>I'm aiming for a perfect score, or close to it.</p>

<p><em>and I think I just posted this in the wrong section. Very sorry if I did.</em></p>

<p>i cant say this from experience, only from what ive heard. im preping for bio right now too...</p>

<p>since you aren't in AP, i would recommend to start out with princeton review's book since it tends to give a broad overview of everything...then, read either kaplan or barrons. i personally hate barrons because its boring as hell, but ive heard both are good.</p>

<p>hope this helps...good luck</p>

<p>REA bio practice tests are poor.
WAY too specific. I remember one asking what is more dense between: sand, clay, calcium, gravel, and water.</p>