OMG! Are you serious?

<p>I'm looking at the practice test in the Barron's book for SAT US history.</p>

<p>Are the tests accurate? I mean, is the test really this specific? Also, what is the best SAT II prep book for history? The Barrons book is really really thick.</p>

<p>Haha, yes, it is really, really specific. xP Much more so than the APUSH exam. Ummm, I've heard that AMSCO and REA are pretty good for U.S., but I haven't used either. I think the free Sparknotes tests give a pretty good idea of what to expect (predicted my score exactly).</p>

<p>Yeah I got 5 on AP and below 700 on the subject test. It's tough</p>

<p>Yep. I got a 5 on the AP too.</p>

<p>Test scores are as follows:
1. 660
2. 690
3. 680</p>

<p>Damn it all.</p>

<p>Did you guys really think it was that much harder than the exam? The absence of an essay made it less flexible, I suppose, but other than that I thought the question format was essentially the same, if anything a little bit easier.</p>

<p>I got a 5, and a 770 the following November.</p>