SATII Curriculum, Physics and Math IIc

<p>Is there anywhere, particularly online where I can get a detailed list of topics that will be tested?</p>

<p>Instead of the "you will not have studied all the topics on the test due to differences in course material in different states" That college board just spits out all the time.</p>

<p>I am an international student (Australian) and I have tried technical bookshops everywhere but I cannot get any study guides and nowhere do they list the topics tested in any detail. </p>

<p>I am looking for something like say Topic 1 "Hookes Law, knowledge of how to apply the basic equation f=kx and how to find area under graph"
or something like that. </p>

<p>The basic lists like geometry don't tell you anything! Geometry? What geometry? Its a big topic.</p>

<p>Sorry about the tone just a little annoyed here. For our university entrance tests we get detailed lists with all the topics and expectations avaliable on the web, complete with comments on previous year's exams. But then I guess that is too much to ask of a commercial company....</p>

<p>I don't know if this will pain you too much, but if you really want to know the specifics of what is tested, you could always buy a prep book. They separate the work into chapters and usually outline exactly what you need to know.</p>

<p><a href=""&gt;;/a> has all the topics, but is not detailed enough</p>

<p>Your best bet is probably to buy a prep book.</p>

<p>thanks for the site, it helps a lot. </p>

<p>I have tried to find the prep books, the problem is just that none of the bookshops, not even the specialty technical and university ones. There just isn't enough interest for them to justify stocking them.</p>

<p>maybe you can buy it online: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>best bookk for Physics: Princeton Review
Math IIC: PR is again the most accurate</p>

<p>btw you can take a free practice test on for each account, so just make a few accounts and take their Math and Phy tests</p>

<p>hope that helps</p>

<p>Yes, I would STRONGLY recommend that you order a prep book.
If you can't find one, then Sparknotes has ALL of them online for FREE.
They're they exact same material if you were going to buy the books.</p>

<p>For Physics - Princeton Review
For Math IIC - I heard that Barron's is good but WAY harder than the actual thing. But when you take the real test, it'll be so much easier.</p>

<p>So I would advise you to try online or ask the bookstores if they could order it for you.</p>