The Complete Guide to SAT Subject Tests in Mathematics

<p>take Math II, it doesn't require Cal</p>

<p>Wow this is an awesome thread! will be refering back to this later :)</p>

<p>I love you..:)</p>

<p>If I'm capable of doing well on both math I an II, is it better to take both or just math II?</p>

<p>jamesford says to take mathII</p>

<p>Love this!</p>

<p>James Ford your my hero</p>

<p>rice requires 2 subject tests. would they care if I took math I and math II as my subject tests?</p>

<p>is kaplan good for math 2 and are its tests accurate?</p>

<p>wonderful, James Ford!!! thanks! =D</p>

<p>bicyclekick: I'd recommend against it, really. It's a bit too easy. I finished the Kaplan and have started the Barron's... which is far more complex and complete.</p>

<p>argh,i wish i had good books in my country.....by the way,good thread james ford.....</p>

<p>For 99% of schools, Math I and Math II do not count as two tests. They are one.</p>

<p>Barrons has a great review section.</p>

<p>Is sparknotes enough for achieving an 800 on maths II C?</p>

<p>this</p>

<p>is cool</p>

<p>can you send me, if you have practice tests?</p>

<p>I am releived to hear that the tests on sparknotes are an accurate indication. I thought the questions on Sparknotes for SAT 2 Math 1 and 2 were easire than the actual ones on the test.
Thank You James Ford.</p>

<p>Nice!.. and thanks.</p>

<p>Is it better to review from one book or several? I'm terrible at math and I just want to be as prepared as I can be.</p>

<p>How much harder are the tests in the Barron's Math IIC review book than the Math IIC SAT II test itself? I'm curious because I was never able to take Pre-Calculus in my previous three years of high school (stupid state math courses...).</p>

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<p>I'd recommend first working through PR and then Barrons.</p>

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How much harder are the tests in the Barron's Math IIC review book than the Math IIC SAT II test itself?

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<p>If you can score in the 600s on Barrons, you're on your way to high 700s/800 on the real deal.</p>