|By Sagar_Indurkhya (Sagar_Indurkhya) on Friday, June 18, 2004 - 12:08 pm: Edit|
I want to review this summer. I got a 680 in math, and a 610 in verbal, so 1290 overall. Does anyone know any techniques that will really increase my score. I am starting to read a lot, especially tough books. What company is the best for review(books only): Kaplan, Princeton Review, Barrons, or Grubers. I am leaning towards PR, because I heard that their tests are a lot harder, and better prepare you for SAT. I already tried Kaplan, and the math prep isn't very good.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated, and I will be probably taking SAT again between October and December.
PS: If you take the SAT a lot of times, but your score increases each time, do colleges get pissed off?
|By Falcoboy77 (Falcoboy77) on Friday, June 18, 2004 - 12:33 pm: Edit|
When I was using the Barron's book for SAT I, I was getting in the 1200 - 1250 range. They go way over-prep on the math. On the actual SAT I got 680M 620V for a 1300. In the Kaplan book I was getting 1250-1370!
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