sat physics self-study prep

<p>hey everyone. i really want to take the physics sat next november/december, but i have only taken a preliminary physics class. even though it is an honor's class, it was only physics i. i really really want a 800 on the physics sat, so what would recommend for prep books/textbooks, etc.? i'm willing to study the entire summer and do whatever's necessary for this subject test. is this amsco publication good (<a href="http://amsco.extendsales.com/AMSCOPUB/control/productdetails?&item_id=9780877201700%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://amsco.extendsales.com/AMSCOPUB/control/productdetails?&item_id=9780877201700&lt;/a&gt;) i have used amsco for apush which is really good, but what is the best physics sat book? thank you so so so much!</p>

<p>I will be using Princeton Review this summer to learn the material.</p>

<p>are there any other good self-study/review books? any online material thats a bit more comprehensive? thank!</p>

<p>I will also be using Princeton Review to learn the material without prior knowledge this summer. I wil also be referring to Barron's. I will be taking Physics sophomore year(next year) and I am fairly confident I will be able to score an 800.</p>

<p>Honestly, if you've taken AP physics the SAT is a joke.</p>

<p>AP Physics B is a joke as well.</p>

<p>AP Physics C... that's a different story.</p>

<p>well i've taken physics i honors but my physics class was a joke...</p>