I used Up Your Score and Collegeboard's Official Guide to the SAT and got a 2220. However, the PR book was also very helpful. It raised my PSAT score a lot, and since PSAT and SAT are pretty much the same, PR works great.
It does give you practice taking the SAT but no prep book will teach you strategies to answer the questions. That you get from a good prep tutor or class.
Ok well I have heard that the Princeton Review suck big time. My friend got accpeted to UCLA this year and she told me that they are the worst guides. However I suggest wither buying Barrons or Kaplan because they are MUCH better for SAT's.
Hope that helps and GOOD LUCK!
sorta, it depends how much you study on it
Although you asked for no one to mention tutorfox, it is a great guide.
The Princeton Review's sat book is one of the top review books on the market by far. If you use this book, a score is not only likely, but almost guaranteed.
Princeton review is a decent sat book. When I first took the SAT, my score was low in the mid 1700s but then I got the sat guide from TutorFox: http://www.tutorfox.com/satguide.html... and my score went up to 2190 (800 math, 760 writing, 630 reading). I highly recommend this guide for anyone wishing to get a higher SAT score.
This article contents is post by this website user, EduQnA.com doesn't promise its accuracy.
More Questions & Answers...