|By Htown1398 (Htown1398) on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 - 04:28 am: Edit|
Hi, I have just the cliche question, which probably has been answered at least a hundered times, but I still, I must ask, what is the best prep book for the SAT II Physics? Or which book has yielded the best results for you? And which one makes it easy to learn topics you haven't covered in your physics class? I've heard Barron's is good for Math IIC, but I've also heard that for the Physics, Barron's is not so great because it has a lot of mistakes and blah blah.
|By Physicskid123 (Physicskid123) on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 - 01:05 pm: Edit|
Princeton review is easy to learn and has really good practice tests. I also used barron's, rea, and sparknotes, but pr was by far the best. I definitely would not have gotten an 800 without it.
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