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Should I take the SAT Subject Test?

If you're applying to a selective college, you'll probably need to submit scores from at least two SAT Subject Tests. As you develop your college list, keep track of each school's admission requirements. If you're not sure where you're going to apply yet, plan to take at least two SAT Subject Tests, and remember that if a school “recommends” Subject Tests, you should go ahead and take them. 


What SAT Subject Tests are available?

Tests are available in the following subjects:

- English Literature,

- History (U.S. or World),

- Language (Chinese, French, Hebrew, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Spanish or German),

- Math (Level 1 or Level 2),

- Science (Biology-Ecological, Biology-Molecular, Chemistry or Physics)


How many SAT Subject Tests can you take?

You may take up to 3 Subject Tests in one sitting, although you should spread them out if you can. Only one Biology test can be taken per test date. (The first 60 questions of the Biology test are the same whether you take Biology-Ecological or Biology-Molecular. Thus, you can take only one or the other.)


SAT Subject Test Quick Facts

Frequency: 5 / year

Number of Subjects: 20

Cost: $26 registration + $22 per test

Total score: 800

The SAT Subject Tests are one-hour multiple-choice tests administered on each SAT test date (except in March).

SAT Subject Test™ is a trademark of the College Board, which is not affiliated with The Princeton Review.

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