SAT II Spanish

<p>Okay, heres the situation. I'm a senior and I am in Spanish II right now and we go very very slow. But I've been studying spanish by myself now on and off for about two years. I know all the verb forms, although I still need to brush up on subjunctive. Same thing with my grammar. I can just go through a book quickly to refresh my memory. But the thing that is bringin me down is my vocab. When I was learning spanish, I did it out of an old college book that didnt have many words at the end of the chapter, and never really bothered to learn new words in the book. So, I have plenty of readin materials at home, starting with basic short stories and going up to third year college literature books. Anyway, if I spend a couple hours a day and even more on the weekend, for about 20-30 hours a week, do you think that a 700+ is possible by Dec 4th (6 weeks)? Is there anythign else that I can do?</p>

<p>Most of the SAT II Spanish words are from my Spanish I and II class.</p>

<p>Yes, if you practice online at some sites (search Google), you should be find. Get the Barron's SAT II Spanish book. :D</p>