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About the SAT Subject Tests
The SAT Subject Tests are one-hour exams that test students’ knowledge of a specific area. The College Board currently offers 20 different SAT Subject Tests.
Most institutions consider students’ SAT Subject Test scores when making admission decisions or when placing students in college courses. Many selective colleges and specific degree programs may also recommend or even require certain SAT Subject Tests for admission. If you have a specific college or program you’re interested in, be sure to determine its specific requirements regarding SAT Subject Tests.
Students may take up to three SAT Subject Tests on any given test date, but are not allowed to take SAT Subject Tests on the same date as the regular SAT.
SAT Subject Tests - Take a Glance
There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, history, languages, mathematics and science
Each Subject Test is an hour long. They are all multiple-choice and scored on a 200–800 scale.
Subject Tests test you on your knowledge of subjects on a high school level. The best way to prepare is to take the relevant courses and work hard in them
Our mentors take standardized tests multiple times a year to design up-to-date exam questions
For every standardized test, we have 2500+ carefully designed questions of different difficulty levels
Our tech-based teaching enables better scores, more motivated students and a great learning experience
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