Review Books

<p>Which review books are best for Math Level II, US History, and Chemistry?</p>

<p>help anyone?</p>

<p>Math Level 2-
Kaplan and Princeton…kaplan is easier than prin… so depends on your level…
if you’re great, start with prin.
When youre done with them you can start with barrons…</p>

<p>Dont know about the rest, but princeton is great for everything… so just buy princeton , you cant go wrong.</p>

<p>Crash Course is by far the best review book for the SAT II US History test.</p>

<p>Agreed. I would read it several times over, though.</p>

<p>There’s a Crash Course for SAT II? Or is it the one for APUSH?</p>

<p>How about Chemistry?</p>

<p>I don’t believe there’s a Crash Course for SAT II, I was referring to the one for APUSH. I used it and got a 730. If I read it more carefully and remembered the details of certain events, I probably could’ve gotten 750+</p>

<p>Barrons Chem is superb</p>

<p>Really? I thought Barron’s usually overkills for Math and Sciences.
Besides the official guide, what is a good book with accurate practice tests for these subjects?</p>



<p>Barrons is hard and over prepares you. If you think you are strong in math and sciences and you are aiming for a very high score (close to 800), use Barrons. But some students find them too hard therefore not that useful.</p>

<p>Princeton is pretty good and not as hard as Barrons.</p>

<p>For practice tests, try Spark Notes
[SparkNotes</a> Test Prep: SAT Subject Tests Information Center](<a href=“SparkNotes: Today's Most Popular Study Guides”>SparkNotes: Today's Most Popular Study Guides)</p>