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SAT Subject Study Materials
SAT Subject Tests Course Book
For use in lessons, detailing the Kaplan strategies for each question type and providing score-building review sections to complete for homework
SAT Subject Tests Practice Workbook
Additional practice test questions for each subject
When should I take the SAT Subject Tests?
You will want to take the SAT Subject Tests right after you’ve completed the recommended classes because the material will still be fresh in your mind. You can sit the tests on the same day as the SAT however since not all Subject Tests are offered on every test date, you will need to check collegeboard.org to see when they are offered.
You should also balance this with college application deadlines, if you’re interested in applying Early Decision or Early Action to any college, you are advised to take the SAT Subject Tests by October or November of your senior year (US) /upper sixth form (UK). For regular decision applications, some colleges will accept SAT Subject Test scores through the January administration. Use College Search to look up policies for specific colleges.
What is it like to take SAT Subject Tests?
All SAT Subject Tests are one-hour, multiple-choice tests. In any given sitting of them, you can take 1, 2 or 3 tests. You choose the tests that you want to take and how many you would like to take per sitting (up to 3). Whilst you will need to give this information when you register, you are free to change which tests and the number of tests that you want to take on test day.
Is it compulsary to take the SAT Subject Tests if I've already taken other college admission tests (e.g. SAT or ACT)?
If SAT Subject Tests form part of the application requirements of the universities you are applying to - and they are for most of the more competitive universities, then chances are you will need to take them. When in doubt, call the university concerned and speak to someone in the admissions department. Please note that even if you are taking the ACT you still may be required to do SAT Subject Tests.
SAT Subject Tests are the only national admission tests where you choose the tests that best showcase your achievements and interests therefore by taking one or more SAT Subject Tests, you have an opportunity to highlight your unique strengths or areas of interest. If you’re interested in particular subjects or programs of study, this is a great opportunity for you to enhance your admission credentials and send a strong message to colleges about your readiness.
Where do I sit the SAT Subject Tests?
SAT Subject Tests are administered at the same test centers as the SAT. Visit our Register page to find out where you can take SAT Subject Tests and to sign up early to get a seat at the nearest location.
Does Score Choice apply to SAT Subject Tests?
Yes. Score Choice is an optional feature that allows students to choose which SAT Subject Test scores they’d like to send to colleges, in accordance with each institution’s stated score-use practice. If Score Choice is not used, all scores are sent to the selected score recipients. Students should still feel comfortable sending all scores, since most colleges consider a student’s best scores.
What is the scoring?
Each test is scored between 200-800 points
What subjects can you help me prepare for?
- Math I
- Math II
- U.S. History
Please note that SAT Subject Test tutoring is subject to availability. Our tutors can be fully-booked, especially close to SAT Test dates, and it may not be possible to match you with a tutor at short notice. We recommend that students book as far in advance as possible. Please contact us to check availability.
How to Register for the SAT Subject Tests
Register online at www.collegeboard.org