Books for Math IIC?

<p>What are some good prep books for Math IIC? I'm taking it in December. Is 2 weeks enough to prepare (I won't be able to start until next week)? I really want an 800.</p>

<p>There are many, many threads about this.</p>

<p>PR has good reviews. If you want to overprepare, try Barron's.</p>

<p>Two weeks ... Are you good at math? Are you good at pacing yourself, and taking tests quickly with relatively few mistakes? If so, you should be fine.</p>

<p>I advocate PR.</p>

<p>I'm ok at math. I'm in mv calc but that has nothing to do w/ IIC. I am in a math structures class at the local university. I took a barron's practice and did pretty poorly (6 wrong, 2 omitted) so I wanna study lots to get a solid 800. I'll use the PR book. Are there any others?</p>

<p>Oh, if you really want to study lots ...</p>

<p>I have two older brothers, and I swear we own every prep book on the face of this earth. For Math IIC:</p>

<p>REA SAT MATH IIC : Good for practice problems, actually, but no prep for specific sections.</p>

<p>PR SAT II Math WorkOut: Separate from their SAT II math book, this has less conceptual review and more practice. Extremely easy but quick and good review.</p>

<p>Barron's: As always, overpreps.</p>

<p>Kaplan: Nice - not very good at teaching the material but good practice.</p>

<p>There are others, but none seem to stick out in my mind.</p>

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<p>Barron's has a very good IIC review. The material really over-prepares you for the test. Don't worry about the test. I'm sure a combination of several study books will help you well.</p>

<p>REA REA REA!!</p>

<p>Barron's tests are too tough.however,prep is good..I never managed over 650 while doing it,but still got 800 in IIC</p>

<p>If you do well on Barron's, you will get an 800.</p>

<p>Good luck on the test!</p>

<p>Barrons = overkill. However I used Barron's and got an 800 on math level 2.</p>