Practice books for SAT II Physics

<p>What are the best books for SAT II Physics? Thanks.</p>


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<p>The whole sparknotes review guide (sans practice tests) is online. I don't know if it is the best book, but it is free. Also, it is good enough; I used it alone to prepare for the SAT II (without even taking a physics class) and got an 800.</p>

<p>You also get one practice test free. It's nice because it's timed and graded for you (though they seem to have a few bugs), and it sorts errors into subject area and whatnot. You could do all three if you wanted to (by creating three accounts), but this is probably against the service agreement (they want you to pay for them).</p>

<p>Thanks, feuler.</p>

<p>how do you possibly manage to do that feuler?</p>

<p>i would recommend PR, simply the best. Although it had only 2 practice papers, its safe to say atleast around 20-30 questions were extremely similar.</p>

<p>The chapter notes are concise with practice problems, and tell you exactly what you need to know for a 800.</p>

<p>Good luck</p>

<p>I second the rec on PR...excellent book.</p>

<p>Are the PR SAT II Physics tests similar in difficulty to their AP Physics B test? I had trouble finishing their AP Physics B test, and I thought the problems were incredibly mathematical.</p>