McGraw Hills 12 Practice SATs?

<p>Ok so i heard that mcgraw hills has the best sat tests that are the most relevant to the SAT, but the latest sat test booklet from mcgraw hills is the 12 practice sat book from 2008!, has he sat changed much from 2008? Would it still be beneficial to use that book even though its from 2008? Mcgraw hills made a 2012 strategy book with 4 book tests, 4 on a cdrom and 2 online, but i cant do online tests or cdrom tests cause i get distracted too much on the computer if i take online tests...(stupid facebook), so my question once again is that "is the Mcgraw Hills 2008 12 Practice SATs still beneficial to do even though its 2011/2012...?, or do they have a new test booklet im unaware of?"
SORRY for the bad puncuatio and grammar, i hate using my ipod touch...</p>

<p>Use official tests. I completed two and my score is now 620 (froma 510) for CR. And writing I jumped from a 450 to a 630</p>

<p>You mean from the BB? im gonna use that book a month before the sat, im wondering what to use for now…</p>

<p>lol it is a month from the SAT (as well as PSAT). What SAT are you taking?</p>

<p>^There are SATs almost every month of the year so not necessarily. And other than the BB, McGraw Hills and Barrons seem to be the best.</p>

<p>DO MCGRAW-HILL FOR PRACTICE. It gives you a good feel for what you are up against.</p>

<p>I highly recommend not to use PR unless you can’t help it. </p>

<p>Barrons should be used after MCgraw-Hill because …just because…</p>

<p>I’ve used McGraw-Hill, and I actually find them more tedious (not harder, just tedious) than the BB tests, for math at least. I honestly wouldn’t recommend them…</p>

<p>But to answer your question, the SAT hasn’t changed much since those dates and I doubt there’s anything high-fi fancy with their newer books. 2008 should be fine, just refer online to cross check raw and scaled score comparison charts.</p>

<p>Thanks guys, I guess Ima ditch my PR book :P</p>