Please help me make a decision by today! - Barron's 36 or PR's Cracking the ACT?

<p>I want the book that is most likely going to increase my scores. I already have the Red Book but I'm looking for something to really drill my weak areas (particularly reading and science, but I still want to increase my english and math scores). I've narrowed my choices down to Barron's "36" and Princeton Review's "Cracking the ACT" but can't make any definitive decisions because so many people have differing opinions about each book, but their both generally believed to be "the best." Getting both isn't really an option for me and I think 4 official tests is enough (3 in the RB and 1 online), so please just let me know which one is most likely to increase my scores. Thanks a lot, I appreciate it.</p>

<p>If you want a 36, get the Barron's one :p</p>

<p>I personally prefer the Barrons, but if you want to check out the other one, see if you can borrow it from the library :)</p>

<p>Bump? 10char</p>

<p>Bump! Please, i need help.</p>

<p>If your score is 31 or above, get the Barron's. If not, PR would probably be better</p>

<p>Barron's 36 without a doubt</p>

<p>I like PR better. I have both, and basically PR makes sure you have a good fundamental understanding of the main topics, and Barron's lists every little detail that might possibly be on the test, so Barron's is a lot more memorization. Plus PR has practice tests.</p>

<p>I ended up getting the PR book. I think it really drills you with the concepts and also includes two practice test. (which I need to tackle my time problem.) Thanks for the suggestions.</p>