What SAT book?

<p>what SAT book should I use? I just got a 2190 on the march SAT (770 R 730 W 760 M), and I took a Kaplan course... Should I use the Barrons 2400 book? (I already have like 3 blue books and done all the practice tests in them)</p>

<p>36 views and no answer?</p>

<p>770+730+760 is 2260, not 2190...</p>

<p>Haha I was totally thinking the same thing Kit that the score was 2260. I use Princeton Review and the CollegeBoard book.</p>

<p>oops, I accidently put in the wrong reading score (it was supposed to be 700), which is amazing because I generally get 650s on reading...</p>

<p>Use the Princeton Review tests, either in the Cracking book or the 11 Practice Tests book (altho I don't think you need that many tests given how high your score is already).</p>

<p>Barrons 2400 is OK... but you are better off practicing A LOT. At high levels, thats the only effective way to get your score up. I recommend PR, Barrons, and (obviously) Blue Book. </p>

<p>P.S. (I can get you the online course for free - 6 prac tests: PM me)</p>

<p>Grubber for Math. D used this book with the 11 SATs from Princeton Review. She got 800 on Math. She is normally not good in Math(C,B student here). Her starting Math score was 690, PSAT for math was 69 so it did help with Math.</p>