Math 2 and US History. advice?

<p>anyone who has taken either of them can you let me know how they were? </p>

<p>im aiming for an 800 on both. im in ap calc ab and apush and i want a 5 on both of those i wreck every single ap calc practice exam with high 5s but i got a lot of us history to study. </p>

<p>how are they? difficulty wise. and compared to the ap exams.</p>

<p>I am also interested in what people say about these two... I plan on taking both in June and I am in Honors pre-calculus and Regular US History..</p>

<p>Also what books do people recommend? So far I have:</p>

<p>Math II: PR<br>
US: AP U.S. History Crash Course (REA)</p>

<p>I'm using Barron's for Math II; I've seen it recommended here very frequently, with the disclaimer that it is much harder than the real exam, but as a result prepares you very well.</p>

<p>I am taking both of those SATs in May; good luck to both of you!</p>

<p>The Math II exam is composed of mostly Pre-Calculus. The thing you will find challenging is remembering certain formulas and other things you haven't used in AB/BC.</p>

<p>I would highly recommend Barron's for the Math II since it brings about 7 or 8 practice tests, and it's a lot more challenging than the actual test; therefore, you'll be ready.</p>

<p>can anyone give specific topics?</p>

<p>SparkNotes:</a> SAT Subject Test: Math Level 2: Content of the SAT II Math IIC </p>

<p>Collegeboard's SAT2 MathIIC topics (not specific, just four-six categories and what percentage of the test they comprise) : Math</a> 2 - SAT Subject Test Math Level 2 Practice Questions </p>

<p>The topics listed in the Barrons book I have: </p>

<p>Functions: polynomial functions, trigonometric functions and their inverse, expotential and logarithmic functions, rational functions and limits</p>

<p>Geometry and Measurement: coordinate geoemtry, three-dimensional</p>

<p>Numbers and operations: counting, complex numbers, matrices, sequences and series, vectors</p>

<p>Data Analysis, statistics and Probability: data analysis and statistics, probability</p>