# Guaranteed 800 Math II

<p>I'm kinda getting anxious for my Math II subject test this Saturday, although I am doing really well on my practice tests. I was just wondering for you guys who have taken or are going to take the test, what guarantees an 800. What specific scores in books (Barron's, PR) equate to an 800.</p>

<p>Also, is the Collegeboard test a fair indication of the real test because I just took it and thought it was a joke. I received an 800 with only 1 stupid error.</p>

<p>Thanks for your help. I really need an 800.</p>

<p>Would like to know as well. Thanks!</p>

<p>I think that the collegeboard tests are much too easy and aren't very similar to the Math II tests I've seen. I'd say that sparknotes has the tests most like the actual thing. If you're scoring 800s on the sparknotes tests, you'll likely do the same on test day.</p>

<p>have you ever done barron's?
i scored from 730-770 on barron's
then i got an 800 on the actual test</p>

<p>Got an 800 on sparknotes by 3 or 4 questions...makes me relieved seeing the post 2 above me now, I just thought the Sparknotes was too easy.</p>

<p>I was making 800s on sparknotes by 1 question.. Is it just me or are some of the questions on sparknotes asked incorrectly? Like one question was log(base n)x= ? and the answer was 1. There wasnt anything to do with that, but on the explanation it said log(base x)x... I would have gotten it correct if it had been asked properly the first time. Either way im making 800s without even getting these right, so im feeling pretty good about the real thing</p>

<p>I wouldn't fret about this test too much, as long as you don't make silly mistakes and understand all the topics and use your time wisely, an 800 should be no problem. good luck! :)</p>

<p>I remember I was scoring lower than 800's on practice tests on Kaplan and Barron's, but got an 800 on the actual test. so that should help!</p>

<p>Yup agreed with @Killzslayz! I took it freshman year & got an 800. I did some of Barron's practice tests, I usually got around 750ish, but the actual test was REALLY easy compared to Barron's so I got an 800. It's about the same/slightly easier than Princeton's.</p>

<p>defianced... I noticed that too. There were a few questions where the question definitely was asked wrong, but I was able to give them what they wanted. But that shouldn't be a problem tomorrow, obviously.</p>

<p>I did a 1995 real test for Physics and Chemistry, both scored 800. Physics was harder than expected, in the sense that my field did not cover some of the questions like capacitance and resonance.</p>