I would also look at Kaplan...I'm using their books and software for GMAT (biz. school) preparation, and find it very useful, especially the interactive CD
I would recommend taking as many simulated practice tests as you can, so that when test day comes, sitting down for 3+ hours will not be a problem for you. As I learned from the SAT
and GMAT (1st attempt), it's more of a test of your ability to stay focused for that period of time. It's all about test stamina. You can be a Math or English wizard, but if you're not used to the test, format, and length, you're dead in the water.
Good luck! The SAT
has changed quite a bit I understand since I took it in 1990.
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