Princeton review Math

<p>for Math IIC, does princeton review have a book called math IIc or is it just Math????</p>

<p>I think they just have a SAT II Math book with both the Ic and IIc, in like a part one, part two kinda deal.</p>

<p>I have the princeton book that has both math IC and IIC</p>

<p>how many pages is the book? and how much Ic and how much IIc????</p>

<p>I would say pretty much half and half and it's not any bigger than a Barrons or Kaplan book, so if you're really only interested in one test, I recommend Barrons or Sparknotes.</p>

<p>Most - nearly all - of the topics on the IC test are also on the IIC test, though, and PR really treats it nicely. Most of the sections are both IC and IIC and then there are a few extra problems for the IIC (and a small section of things that will appear only on IC).</p>

<p>I personally did not like Barron's Math : the IIC was good in terms of offering a challenge but it seemed that too much information was crammed into that little book.</p>

<p>I've never used Sparknotes.</p>

<p>Kaplan is good too, though.</p>

<p>Barrons was very hard, but because it overprepares you, you're likely to do better. Sparknotes has pretty accurate practice tests (as does PR). I didn't use those books for instruction, just the tests.</p>