SAT prep book suggestions (aiming for over 2300)

<p>Hi, I will be taking the SATs for the first time in January and I am shooting for over 2300. Can anyone give advice on what prep books are best for each specific sections? And can you also include lists of books that contain harder problems than the test that you think will help improve scores? Thanks! </p>

<p>Right now, I am having trouble with reading and writing but my math is great.</p>

<p>In my opinion, the best prep is just doing a lot of collegeboard tests and looking over why you got a problem wrong. That worked for me.</p>

<p>where do you get your collegeboard tests? I just ordered the blue book (the official 10 sat practice tests) but are there any more collegeboard tests or official practice tests out? And if anyone has it in a link, could they please post here? Thanks.</p>

<p>I am not sure why you would aim for 2300+. There are no schools that would consider a 2300 any different than a 2200 - and many top schools (Ivies, a handful of top private schools) would reject students with a 2300 if they did not have the rest of the picture. And those same schools will take someone with a 2100 if they have the rest of the picture and some special skillset.</p>

<p>I do agree that lots and lots and lots of practice tests is the best way, if you are close. I assume that you took the PSAT and got over 220 if you are looking to get 2300 or more on the SAT.</p>

<p>There are a lot of practice tests online, go to the College Board website, and set aside the whole amount of time for a SAT, and take as many online versions as you can.</p>