I'm currently scoring a 2050 on the SAT, but I'm hoping to bring my score up to the 2200 range. Which review book should I use to bolster my studying efforts?

asked 30 Dec '15, 13:29

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Two review books that are great for any student are the Official SAT Study Guide and the SAT Black Book. Both will give you ample practice resources and key tips for overcoming the last obstacles between you and a great score. I'd recommend starting with these books if you haven't used them already.

The Barron's SAT Review Book is also a good resource for high-achieving students. It covers absolutely everything you need to know and includes thousands of practice questions. To read more about the pros and cons of each of these books, consult this article: http://blog.prepscholar.com/best-sat-prep-books-2015.

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answered 30 Dec '15, 13:35

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