Peterson's SAT II Subject Test Prep:
SAT II English Literature Practice Tests Plus+
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- Create a personalized study plan to keep yourself accountable
- Work through 3 full-length, content-aligned SAT II practice tests, with detailed answers and explanations to EVERY question
- Take notes on question type and content
- Earn knowledge points to make studying fun
- Discover your strengths as well as your weaknesses so you can focus your studies
- Learn where you want, when you want. Dynamic delivery means you can prep at your own pace for SAT II tests on your mobile device, tablet, or computer.
- Start here if you are already comfortable with the covered content, but need practice to perfect their skills and pacing for test day.
What are the SAT II, or SAT Subject Tests?
The SAT Subject Tests are supplemental to the SAT test in terms of college admissions. They test on the subject of your choice and allow students to showcase their strengths.
What’s on the SAT Subject Tests?
There are 20 multiple-choice subject tests that fall under five subject categories: English, History, Languages, Math, and Science.
How are SAT Subject Tests scored?
The SAT Subject Tests are scored on a 200 to 800 point scale.
Who takes the SAT Subject Tests?
Students who wish to attend college will take the SAT Subject Tests to showcase their individual strengths to college admissions. Students who choose to take the SAT Subject Tests typically do so in their third and/or fourth year of high school.
Why take the SAT Subject Tests?
Taking an SAT Subject Test and receiving a satisfactory score stands out in your college applications and makes you more eligible for scholarships. Not only is it impressive to specialize in a subject, this may help you earn a spot in a competitive major program.
Should I prep for the SAT Subject Test? And how much?
While the subjects you choose for the SAT Subject Tests may be your forte, some review is in order to demonstrate those skills. You’ll want to review the content and familiarize yourself with the test structure. While everyone is different, Peterson’s recommends at least 6 weeks of preparation for test day.
How do I register for the SAT Subject Tests?
SAT Subject Test registration deadlines fall 4 to 5 weeks before each test date. Register online on the College Board website.
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