Taking SAT II Physics and AP Physics C

<p>Should I buy two separate books? And if so which ones? Because I think Barrons is the consensus opinion for the SAT II but I've heard both PR and Barrons for the AP test.</p>

<p>PR is frequently recommended for the SAT II as well.</p>

<p>Definitely get two seperate books, because there are topics on the SAT II not covered in physics C (thermodynamics, modern physics, waves, and I think optics but not sure on that one). I would definitely recommend Barron's over PR for the AP test. As for the SAT II, I don't know because I didn't take it.</p>

<p>Yeah I looked at reviews on Amazon and they said PR is the best for the SAT. This is so confusing, and I don't want to waste money by buying two different books.</p>

<p>Will the MIT open Course Ware and NROC COllegeboard outlines be sufficient to self study for Physics C AP</p>