Does this seem like an effective study plan?

<p>I have 5-6 weeks before the March SAT, and I'll be able to devote all of my Saturdays and most of my Sundays to SAT prep. I also have Winter break in 2-3 weeks, meaning I'll have a whole week off. I just went to B&N and purchased 3 books to do - does this seem like an effective/possible plan? I have a 2080 but I'm trying to improve to a 2100+ (my reach goal - I mean reach, reach - is 2200+) and it will be my 2nd time taking it.</p>

<p>I purchased the following:
Gruber's SAT Math
Kaplan SAT Critical Reading
Kaplan SAT Writing</p>

<p>and I plan on completing them in the next few weeks. Are these books recommended? Does this seem like an effective plan, and will it give me a 2100+ at least? Is it even worth it to purchase Gruber's math since i have 750, but I'm looking to improve to 800?</p>

<p>Thank you! :)</p>

<p>Do you have the blue book? If you've already used it, I would definitely invest in the online course with more tests. I know it's too late, but I wouldn't have bought Gruber's, given that you were probably 2 or so questions away from a perfect. Kaplan isn't good, from what I've heard. Barron's writing is the best for MC while the thread <a href="http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-preparation/645763-how-write-12-essay-just-10-days.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-preparation/645763-how-write-12-essay-just-10-days.html&lt;/a> is the best for the essay. In my opinion, there really isn't any great book for passages critical reading, though direct hits is the best for vocab.</p>

<p>Good luck, I think you'll be able to do very well.</p>