Is the Princeton Review more difficult than other SAT prep books?

Question:I've been trying to work through The Princeton Review 11 Practice Tests for the SAT. Before I did a few tests from the collegeboard book and I've found that the Princeton Review book seems much harder than the collegeboard's - particularly the reading. Is it just me, or do other people feel the same?

Also, are the actual SATs easier, harder, or about the same as the Princeton Review SAT practice tests?

The PR practice tests should be the same. That's cuz they use old ones. However, their practice questions may be more difficult cuz they're trying to show you what you're up against and how to deal with them. Also, if you can handle the hard questions, you'll blow through the easy ones.

Kaplan is the one that makes up their own questions and doesn't use old actual questions.
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