Online course vs. prep books

<p>I'll be taking the October SAT. I was wondering what would be the most beneficial in raising my score. Should I use up all the Collegeboard's online practice tests and then go through some prep books?
Or should I go through as many prep books first and then leave the online practice tests for finishing up my study before the tests? (If I do this, I probably won't have too much time to analyze those online practice tests.)</p>

<p>What do you guys think of Kaplan and McGraw Hill books?</p>

<p>By the way, where do you find those past PSATs and the 3 free practice tests released from the collegeboard website? Also, is it worth buying the 10Real (red) sat books? I don't think they sell it anymore..</p>

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<p>Amazon.com:</a> 10 Real SATs, Third Edition (9780874477054): The College Board: Books</p>

<p>where's the PSAT's?</p>

<p>Product</a> listing</p>

<p>Seriously people, learn to use google.</p>