<p>Alright before anyone says anything, the posters in the SAT forum don't seem to be too active so I just thought I'd post here with hopes that I'll receive more responses.</p>
<p>I have the SAT Blue Book by the College Board, and that's it.
I score between 2080-2100, usually, and really want to get my math score up to a 700, but if not, a 600-650 is fine, I guess. </p>
<p>I'm perfectly fine with CR and Writing (score in the 750-800 range on both), but really struggle with math. I score like 570 every time.
What should I use to prep? I've been going through so many posts to find out the best prep books for math, but I keep getting mixed reviews. </p>
<p>I found Gruber's SAT Math Workbook online as a pdf, and I also have the PWN the SAT Math guide (online) as a resource. I heard that Dr. Chung's is also good, but how good is it really, for someone scoring in the 500's for math? </p>
<p>What should I use? Gruber's? PWN the SAT? Dr. Chungs? What? </p>
<p>Lol thanks for your time.
<p>Anyway you could send me those two first resources? I also expect my SAT Math score to be the one to drag me down. I’m also looking at getting Dr Chungs
Really need to improve in that math portion</p>
<p>[PWN</a> the SAT: Math](<a href=“http://blog.■■■■■■■■■■■■■/p/math-section.html#.UcoMLjvMB8F]PWN”>http://blog.■■■■■■■■■■■■■/p/math-section.html#.UcoMLjvMB8F)
[url=<a href=“140221846X1 Gruber SAT Math Workbook”>http://www.mediafire.com/download/zmzfiztzadd/140221846X1+Gruber+SAT+Math+Workbook.pdf]140221846X1</a> Gruber SAT Math Workbook.pdf<a href=“click%20the%20green%20download%20button%20in%20the%20black%20box…don’t%20be%20tricked%20by%20iLivid”>/url</a></p>
<p>Thank you !! @LizardKing</p>
<p>As I’ve followed some comments about dr chung’s sat math, it is really good book. I’ve tried to find it in PDF but no luck so far.</p>
<p>I have Dr Chungs SAT Math. It’s quite difficult. I have consistently been scoring in the 640-690 range. Don’t use it until you at least crack 600.</p>
<p>Thanks guys! What about Gruber’s Complete SAT Math Workbook?</p>