Top critical review
19 October 2018
Some of the questions are ridiculously easy. Some of the maths ones are just stupid. You're expected to do calculations that give irrational numbers and try to decide between answers that are extremely close to each other so you literally have to get the exact value to get the right answer. The real TSA is not like this at all. The maths questions are designed to be tricky to figure out, but the actual calculations enable you to get an answer, even if this involves a bit of rounding. The authors clearly didn't know how to make the questions difficult like the TSA (where you actually have to think of a strategy to get the answer), they made the strategy to the answer easy, but the calculations bloody impossible- difficult in a different sense. Very dissapointed with this book.