<p>for those of you taking this test. What books are you using and what score are u predicting?</p>

<p>Well I already took it. I got a 750 and used Barron's.</p>

<p>probably Barrons... with some AP books</p>

<p>To get a 750+, you need to do the following:
-Have a good teacher
-Study hard throughout the year
-Use a review book that you feel most comfertable with.</p>

<p>My friend and I were in the same class, got the same grades, and even used the same books to study (REA,Kaplans..), and I got a 750, and he got a 700. So, it also depends on how you feel the day you take it!</p>

<p>I took it last year and got a 770. I used Princeton Review.</p>

<p>I own PR and Barron's for SAT II. I'm going to borrow Kaplan from a friend, and Sparknotes is available online.</p>

<p>I'm going to trade my AP Bio book for my friend's PR AP Chem book, so I'll use that too.</p>

<p>Plus, my AP Chem class uses Zumdahl's textbook, so I'll use that too.</p>

<p>I'm <em>hoping</em> for an 800.</p>

<p>I already have an 800 in a science - in the field I want to pursue, nonetheles -, so if things aren't looking too good, I might just drop it and focus on US history.</p>

<p>do any of you kno what the curve is like?? Im takin IB HL chemistry right now and last yr i took the intro part of the course and got A's in both semesters. It was bascially AP Chem.</p>

<p>I think you can get one or two wrong and get an 800.</p>

<p>i hv to study man !!! ahhhhh</p>