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Barron's SAT Subject Test Math Level 2, 10th edition [Kindle Edition]

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The updated tenth edition of Barron’s SAT Subject Test Math 2 offers students all the test preparation they’ll need with: A diagnostic test with explained answers to help students identify their strengths and weaknesses Advice on using a graphing calculator A detailed review of all test topics, including polynomial, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions; coordinate and three-dimensional geometry; numbers and operations; and much more Six full-length model tests with answers, explanations, and self-evaluation chartsAn optional CD-ROM which is sold separately presents two additional model tests with answers and automatic scoring.

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For 70 years, BARRON'S experts have been helping students surpass their expectations on standardized tests. This is the only book you will need to get the score you want on the SAT Subject Test in Math Level 2.

  • Proven test-taking strategies that make the difference between a good score and a great score
  • Six full-length model tests plus a diagnostic test in the book that reflect the actual test in length, question types, and degree of difficulty
  • Additional features include study tips, test-taking advice, comprehensive subject reviews, and extra practice questions with answers covering all test topics
  • A test overview and an explanation of the test's scoring method

    Includes Alternate Solutions to Many Problems and Self-Evaluation Charts to Track Your Progress

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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good but also Very Difficult! August 22, 2012
    By Kevin
    I've used both the Princeton Review and the Barron's Math II book. This book is really advance so only get it if you plan to score above the 750s. What's great about this book is that it is much more detailed than the Princeton one so you definitely learn a lot of and like others have this, it is very very challenging. I bought this book mainly to practice and also to learn many of the concepts. There are questions after each section and the concepts are taught in a more example based fashion. What I like about this book is its details and how its very focused on Math level 2. The tests are also very good because they really get you to think and it prepares you really well.

    The problem I found with this book is that there are certain questions that they test after each section where there are no examples for. This normally happens for 1-2 questions every section, so it isn't major. This is like a teacher who tries to challenge students by putting a question on the test that the students were never even taught. Some of the sections are also taught in a really difficult to understand way. The explanations for certain questions can also be very vague at times and often it is explained as if you had a LOT of background knowledge.

    Overall, I found this book a good way to learn stuff, but like others have said, note that not only are the questions difficult, but the way many concepts are taught are also hard. If you don't have much time to prepare, I recommend the Princeton Math II book, as it is much more simplified, but if you have a good amount of time to spend for this I highly recommend this Barron's Math II book. If your planning to achieve a really high score, this book will prepare you very well for the real test.
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    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Not representative of the real test. July 15, 2012
    The practice questions and practice tests in this book are MUCH harder than what actually shows up on the Math II Subject Test. Ku and Dodge also review many topics in detail that will not be tested on the Subject Test either. Working through this book and slogging through its tedious, difficult problems is great practice and will make the real Subject Test feel like a breeze.

    Don't be discouraged if your practice test scores aren't as high as you'd expect. I scored in the low-to-mid-700's on all my Barron's practice tests but comfortably and easily (read: finished the test 20 minutes early) scored an 800 on the real thing as a sophomore.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great Practice Guide December 29, 2013
    As has been previously stated, this book is relatively difficult. Had to get that out of the way first. However, that is not (to my mind) a bad thing at all.

    As a student two years removed from precalculus (finished the class June 2011, took Math II Subject Test June 2013), I needed mainly a review of topics (not self-studying, etc). The difficulty of the math wasn't so much my concern as just reviewing some of the more remote subjects (hyperbolas, for example) that would be presented on the test. The beauty of this book is that they are all there - occasionally in more detail than one would like!

    However, as someone who was aiming for an 800 (and this book helped me succeed in getting that score), I would rather take the Type II error (learn too much) than the Type I error (learn too little) [I'm sorry, AP Stat reference :]. This book will prepare you for any and everything on the test.

    A quick note: I have always been a student who does better in math/science as opposed to reading/writing, so again, the math part itself came relatively easily to me, both when I first learned it in class and then in the refresher [this book]. If you are a student who struggles at math (or simply wants to do well, but not necessarily in the 750+ range), it might be a better use of your time to find a less advanced book (and remember, you can always come back to this one if the Math II doesn't go your way the first time).

    However, doing these problems is like a professional baseball player in the on-deck circle swinging a weighted bat - it is harder than normal, but once the weights come off, the bat (the actual test questions) feel like swinging a toothpick.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Lots of difficult tests! November 25, 2012
    By C. Chan
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    This book has a good amount of tests but some are extremely difficult. Well beyond the scope of the actual SAT Subject Exam. Definitely a great book to help push you to do really well on the exam. I wouldn't recommend this book unless you're scoring around 700 or more consistently on the other study guides (Princeton Review, Mc-Graw Hill, etc.). This book will definitely intimidate you otherwise.
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    10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    By Yashs
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    I started out with a 600 on my diagnostic practice test and was completely disappointed. Then, I went over the review material and it was excellent. It covers ALL the topics on the exam. Feeling fully prepared, I went to take the practice test and I was only scoring in the mid-700s. Nevertheless, I continued to review until the day of the test. However, I also took one test out of the Official SAT Subject test book by Collegeboard to get a feel of what was going to be on the test. The day of the test, I finished within 50 minutes and had 10 minutes to look over everything. If you review this book for at least a good 3 weeks, you will easily get an 800, just like I did :)

    FYI. If you have not taken pre-calculus as a class prior to this exam, it will be really difficult to learn just from this book.I would strongly advise you to take the class first.
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    good study material
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    Published 1 month ago by Jerry D.
    4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad
    Wow, there's already an 11th edition.

    Anyway, pretty good to review concepts. I think 10 practice tests are provided, one diagnostic included. Read more
    Published 2 months ago by iknowu2
    5.0 out of 5 stars Barron's Guides are the best
    My son used this guide to study for the test and got a perfect score
    Published 2 months ago by Larry K
    5.0 out of 5 stars A 700+ on the tests in this book puts an 800 within reach.
    My daughter is a "B" student in honors math. She got about a 720 on the only 2 Barron's practice tests from this book that she had time to take, by way of comparison. Read more
    Published 2 months ago by Kate McCune
    1.0 out of 5 stars 1000x harder than the actual thing
    This book was much harder than the actual thing and did not prepare me for the exam. Get a different book.
    Published 3 months ago by Bradley Lawrence
    3.0 out of 5 stars Much More Difficult that the Actual Test
    If your taking this test after a Pre-Calc course, you might take one of the practice exams in this book and feel like you've learned nothing. No worries! Read more
    Published 3 months ago by Sam
    3.0 out of 5 stars Helpful but Would Not Recomment
    The main issue with the Barron's SAT Math 2 Book is that it is unrealistic and hard. Many of the questions require use of calculator functions, switching between degrees and... Read more
    Published 3 months ago by Kevin Ren
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