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General Information About the SAT Subject Tests


Overview
Subject Tests (formerly called SAT II) are 1-hour exams that fall into 5 subject categories: English, Mathematics, History, Science, and Foreign Language. The Subject Tests have grown in importance, partially due to the controversy of the SAT I's fairness, and is now a major component to most schools' admissions and course placement processes. Students are often required to take 3 SAT II subject tests, in addition to the SAT I.

List of SAT Subject Tests

English
  • Literature
  • Writing
History
  • U.S. History
  • World History
Mathematics
  • Math Level 1
  • Math Level 2
Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
Foreign Language
  • Chinese w/ Listening
  • French
  • French w/ Listening
  • German
  • German w/ Listening
  • Modern Hebrew
  • Italian
  • Japanese w/ Listening
  • Latin
  • Spanish
  • Spanish w/ Listening
  • Korean w/ Listening
 

When are Subject Tests Administered?
Most, but usually not all, SAT Subject Tests are given 6 times a year. Click here for the Subject Test dates and registration deadlines for the 20007-2008 school year.

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