I took the SAT last May and got a 2060 and I couldn't have done it without the Princeton Review's review book (any one of their SAT books is fine) or the Kaplan 2006 Platinum SAT, ACT, and PSAT CD ROM set. I also used the College Board's SAT Official Review Book but I felt that it was too dogmatic. The Princeton Review focuses more on mastering the test itself rather than the material it covers. Also, see if there are any review courses given at a local community college. I took one and I feel that it helped. If you're a good enough student that you think you can get a 2100, then you're probably already on the right track.
Go to the bookstore, buy the books with the practice tests, and follow the instructions. They will teach you how to test, and show you how to deal with much of the material that is covered.
when i took my SATs i got a 910 the 1st time (back when it was max of 1600) i did one of those classes in my high school that was a week long to study for it. took it the next month and i got an 1180. so that may work for you.
Anything branded Princeton Review will help you with SATs. Other than that, just try to improve your vocabulary. You can also try answering some SAT questions of the day (just google search "SAT Question of the Day").
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