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    Does anyone know how you can get study books for SATs? Like online, or from bookshops in Canada or in England? Also can someone recommend specific study books…like authors or publishers for SATs.

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    (Original post by ThornsnRoses)
    Does anyone know how you can get study books for SATs? Like online, or from bookshops in Canada or in England? Also can someone recommend specific study books…like authors or publishers for SATs.

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    library will probably have some. Princeton is quite a good publisher (go to American Yahoo Education, they got some sample Qs.), so is KAT( not quite sure about the spelling, Singapore publisher, not bad either). SAT got a website too, www.sat.... something like that, bounds to find it using search engine. hope it helps. check its exam dates, I was thinking about taking the test too, but it only take place until Oct or Nov then in spring or something. I give up cos I think I can't cope with A2 and SAT coz my vocab is so poor. P.S it cost quite a lot for taking the test, check the requirement for the unis (if you are thinking about it) as good unis require good marks on the test. Dont' just take it for fun. Good luck
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    I guess the offical website is:www.collegeboard.com
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    Which are you talking about: the SATs (math + verbal), or the SAT-II subject tests?

    A good book for the SATs is "10 Real SATs" by the Princeton Review. It contains practice tests and such. A good publisher, other than PR, is Kaplan.

    You can get the books off amazon.co.uk.
 
 
 

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