I wasn't really sure where to put this topic, so feel free to move this if needed. Anyways, I'm a rising Junior (HS) right now, and would like to take the Physics SAT II at the end of my Junior year. The thing is, I would have to self study because of a scheduling conflict. I took an Intro Physics my freshman year, but I forgot most of what I learned. I bought the Princeton Review Physics SAT II book and started working through it, but it isn't in depth enough and some parts left me confused. I also looked through the notes on the Sparknotes website, but I think I may need a little more review. The book my school uses is Holt Physics by Serway and Faughn, published by Holt Rinehart Winston, 2002 edition. ISBN is 0-030-56544-8 if it matters. I figured that since I won't be taking the class in school, I don't have to buy the school's book and would have the entire selection of physics textbooks to choose from. I'm looking for a book that will thoroughly cover the topics found on a SAT II Physics test, or in any ol' Honors Physics class. I'll be taking Physics C my senior year as well. My math background is pretty strong, so the math portion won't be hard, it's really just the physics concepts, so I'd prefer the book to be beginner-friendly/introductory. Anyone have any suggestions on what book to get? Thanks.