SAT Advice (General) Post
General SAT Strategy and Additional (Non-Official) SAT Practice Tests - Ivy Global New SAT Guide, 2nd. Ed. / SAT Prep Black Book, 2nd. ed / Barron's New SAT / Barron's 6 Practice Tests for the New SAT
For additional help, consider a private tutor like me who can point you in the right direction.
You can also find free SAT Prep Tips on the McElroy Tutoring Blog and free SAT videos on the McElroy Tutoring YouTube page. You should also subscribe to the SAT Question of the Day.
Or, even easier (and possibly cheaper): just go to the College Board website, download those same 10 PDFs for free, and simply print them out at home. The drawbacks to this method are that the pages will be harder to organize, and that you will incur printing and paper costs.
Working with a private tutor is the very best way to maximize your score, for a variety of reasons:
1) You are given personalized attention, lessons tailored to fit your schedule, and the opportunity to discuss each question in-depth until you are fully satisfied.