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Don't bother reading the SparkNotes. It does sort of make sense to read them after reading the book to make sure you didn't miss anything, but there are places where SparkNotes includes information not mentioned in the book or gets things wrong. Take their info with a grain of salt.
My English teacher adds "traps" to each test to find out who only reads the SparkNotes. For example, in The Great Gatsby, Nick stays for the night in a hotel in one chapter. Here's what he asked:

In Chapter 2, Nick stays for the night in a hotel.
What hotel did Nick stay in?

The hotel's relative location is given, but not the name. Most readers won't connect that there is a real hotel at the specified location.
If you only read the SparkNotes, you would answer with the name of the hotel. If you read the book, you would answer with the relative location. If you read both you would include both.
If in doubt, read the book, not the SparkNotes.

This was written on November 20th, 2021. A Saturday...
...and Transgender Remembrance Day.