Book With Most Realistic Practice Tests?

<p>I've been preparing for the SATs for a while now, and I've read tons of material on various strategies and approaches to the test. Now I just need lots and lots of practice taking the test and working on problems. I have the College Board BlueBook, but I've worked my way through most of the tests and am looking for a bit more practice. I've found a few books that offer full-length practice tests (Princeton Reivew has one), but for every amazon comment that praises the book for its realistic questions, two more say that the questions and very unlike actual college board questions.</p>

<p>Obviously, College Board is the only book with the definitive SAT questions. Outside of the BlueBook, which book has the most realistic SAT questions? (I'm not sure if this makes a difference, but I specifically need help on the math section.)</p>

<p>You can sign up for the SAT Online Course with the College Board (I believe you get four more practice tests with it). CB's tests are by far the best.</p>

<p>If you need help with math, I would strongly suggest Grubers- I went from a 630 math to a 740 in about 1 month. Good luck</p>

<p>thanks for the suggestions!</p>

<p>CB online course.....</p>