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Is 3000 solved problems in physics good for studying SAT physics?

  1. Jun 15, 2012 #1
    I'm studying for the SAT physics subject test right now, and I need a good source of practice problems (the princetonreview book I have only has 2 practice tests and 10 questions for each chapter). Does the schaum's outline 3000 solved physics problem book has problems that are of similar difficulty as those in the SAT physics, or is that book way too advanced for me to study for the SAT physics? Also, I would appreciate if recommend me any good source of practice problems for SAT physics. Thanks!
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