|By Itgoeslikethis (Itgoeslikethis) on Monday, May 05, 2003 - 07:53 pm: Edit|
i'm going to take the math ic test on june seventh. my counselors, teachers, blahblah etc, have recommended that i take the test after i finish alg 2..well i'm finishing that now, but is that what the test really goes up to? because i borrowed a barron's practice and a collegeboard practice book and the two books are very different. barron has a bunch of stuff i never learned or really picky geometry things that i have forgotten and the collegeboard one, which i hope to hell that its closer to the real math ic, seems easier. and if a lot of stuff harder than alg two/basic trig is on it, i'd like to know so i can cancel. thanks.
|By Dori (Dori) on Monday, May 05, 2003 - 08:11 pm: Edit|
it has some trig, but you should be ok with just alg. 2. just review everything the collegeboard says is on the test. review geometry b/c those questions are usually the harder ones (at least for me...) and take a lot of practice tests.
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