Using Barrons to review for Math 2?

<p>I took pre-calc last year as a sophomore, and I forgot some of the material. I need to review for Math 2. I read jamesford's guide to SAT II Math, which says that Barrons provides a "thorough and excessive review of the material."</p>

<p>I do want an 800, and I have about a month left (taking it June 5th). Should I review with Barrons and then do practice tests?</p>

<p>Yes, take the diagnostic and review what concepts you did not know (conics, matrices, probability). Remember Barron's is MUCH harder than the real thing and a 680+ is equal to an 800 on the real thing.</p>

<p>OMG I GOOGLED 680 + BARRONS + MATH II AND THIS MAKES ME FEEL SO MUCH BETTER! I got a 677.5 with their weird curve thing and I'm FREAKING OUT because I've never gotten below a 750 on an SAT II before.</p>

<p>Thats what i was thinking as well... i got like 710-690 on BARRONS and now, it does make me feel a lot better!</p>

<p>Barron's isn't hard at all for me. Another poster kept getting 800 on Barron's but a 790 on the real test. I don't get why everyone says Barron's is harder, I easily got 100% on all three of the tests, but on Kaplan I missed a few. Don't count on your score improving, it could also drop.</p>