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The Complete List of SAT Subject Test to Complete Your Preparation

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January 18, 2023

If you are planning to take the SAT, then you should know about all of the SAT Subject Test. This will help you to prepare and pace your study and preparation better. Even Though SAT is not an obligatory thing, it is still an additional qualification if you want to maximize your admission chance in a top university. You will take 5 of some of the subjects below:

SAT Biology E/M

The Biology Subject Test evaluates your knowledge of general biology at the college-preparatory level, as well as your memory and comprehension of its key ideas and your capacity to use what you have learned to solve particular biological problems. It is possible to take biology ecological and biology molecular (both are different).

SAT Chemistry

The Chemistry Subject Test assesses your capacity to arrange and analyze information obtained from experimentation and observation. Moreover, the test measures your capacity for inferring meaning from experimental data, including information given in the graphic or tabular form.

SAT Physics

Your capacity to apply physics concepts to address particular issues is evaluated on the Physics Subject Test. The test evaluates your knowledge of ratio and proportion concepts, simple algebraic, trigonometric, and pictorial relationships, as well as your ability to apply these ideas to physics situations.

SAT U.S. History

The United States History Subject Test measures how well you are able to evaluate and comprehend significant historical changes in American history by testing your knowledge of historical ideas, cause-and-effect relationships, geography, and other information.

SAT World History

The World History Subject Test measures your knowledge of significant historical events, your proficiency with basic historical terminology and methods, and your capacity for analyzing and interpreting historical events.

SAT Literature

The goal of the Literature Subject Test is to evaluate your comprehension and analysis of literary works. The historical periods and genre knowledge is tested on this topic test. Therefore, questions mostly address flaws with tone, reasoning, and theme. On the basis of their reading and interpretation abilities, candidates are evaluated.

SAT Math

The next SAT Subject Test is Math. There were two options in the Math category: Mathematics Level 1 and Mathematics Level 2. There were 50 multiple-choice questions on each of the two subject tests, however the subjects covered on each test varied.

  • Math Level 1 encompassed college-prep-level algebra and geometry.
  • Math Level 2 includes the majority of the topics learned in Math Level 1, along with precalculus and trigonometry. This subject delved deeper into the material tested on Math Level 1. For instance, algebra at Math Level 1 mainly involved solving simple algebraic equations, whereas algebra at Math Level 2 can also involve solving logarithmic and trigonometric equations.

It is simple to decide which test to take. Precalculus or trigonometry, or both, with a grade of B or better qualified you for Math Level 2. Furthermore, you are better off taking Math Level 1 if you are uncomfortable with precalculus or trigonometry.

Foreign Languages

Tests a student's reading ability in a specific language. Languages available for testing include: SAT French, German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Chinese, Japanese, Korean.

Foreign Languages with Listening

"Language with Listening" tests examine reading and listening skills. Languages available for testing include: SAT French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean with listening.

No matter how good you think you are with the subject, it does not hurt to have extra preparation on your hands. Due to not being obligatory, many students underestimate the impact that SAT can bring to their admission chances. You can use this to your advantage by preparing everything thoroughly and getting the best score!

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