Even though the standard of taking the test normally recommends to wait until you are a junior or senior in high school to try the test, I want to take it earlier. In doing so, I'm aware that I could be demotivated if I don't get a decent score, but I'm going to try to not let any possibility of that slow me down. Obviously I won't have as near as much experience as I need, but I am determined to at least get the "look and feel" of the test early. Even so, I still want to try to do my best, and keep advancing no matter what score I get. At least if I take it now, there won't be as much pressure, and I can always have two more tries as a junior and a senior.
As such, I came to here hoping that some of the older forumers here might know a thing or two that could help me complete the test accurately. I also would like some suggestions on what sites/things I can do to prepare. I would evaluate myself as being strongest in literature categories, strong in science, but I'm not the strongest in math. From what I've read searching on google for some information, the mathematics portion will consist of geometry, some algebra, and trigonometry. I had a geometry class, and passed it with an A, but I hardly remember the concepts and I didn't understand some of it. As far as trig goes, I'm a blank slate. Algebra would be my most solid foundation in math, and the kind of math I understand well. If anyone can suggest any nice sites that will help me improve my math speeds, along with refreshing my geometry skills and learning some basic trig, that would be nice.
I'm very determined to try and pass the test, because my family doesn't have enough money to pay for my college. I would like to major in Computer Science without student loans weighing me down. I appreciate any help that I receive here so I can at least do my best.