Category: SAT Subject Tests
The College Board announced that it is discontinuing SAT Subject Tests permanently, as well as revamping the current SAT exam to eliminate the optional essay section.
By Andy, IvyWise Master Tutor
Once you’ve determined that you’re interested in taking SAT Subject Tests, the next question on many students’ minds is which exams they should take. While every SAT Subject Test is one-hour and designed to assess your knowledge and skills in a certain subject, the exams themselves vary greatly.
Get a Head Start on Planning for the New Year
With the new year right around the corner, now’s the time to start thinking about your test prep goals for 2020. Whether you’re a freshman who is just beginning to think about college, a sophomore gearing up to start test prep, or a junior who is already in the thick of it, there are concrete steps that you can take in 2020 to get closer to achieving your test prep goals.
Learn How Score Choice Works and Which Schools Honor It
For high school students navigating the college application process, the back-to-school season is about a lot more than starting new classes. In addition to coursework, many students are preparing all of the components of their college applications, including submitting test scores.
What to Know About the Different Standardized History Exams
AP exams are administered during the first two weeks of May, so now is the perfect time to review the exams and learn more about what you can expect. Students who are interested in history may wish to consider taking both the AP US History (APUSH) and AP World exam, but it’s important to understand how the tests differ in order to prepare strategically.
These Tests Can Help Demonstrate a Specialty But How Do They Compare?
Colleges are looking for well-rounded classes made up of specialists, and outside of extracurriculars and taking courses of interest, another way for students to demonstrate a specialty is through advanced courses, exams, and test scores. Students need to take AP exams in order to gain college credit for the advanced coursework, and many highly-selective schools require SAT Subject Test scores are part of the application process. Do what do students need to know about these subject-specific exams, how much do they overlap, and how can students prepare for each?
What to do if You Received a Low Score on Your SAT Subject Test
Results for the June 2018 SAT will be available later this week, along with SAT Subject Test Scores. If you didn’t reach your goal score on your Subject Tests, there are a few things to consider before moving forward with your test prep.
Here’s a Breakdown of 5 of the Most Popular SAT Subject Tests
While some colleges and universities require SAT Subject Test scores as part of the application process, many students choose to take them as way to demonstrate their interest in a particular area of study. There are a number of SAT Subject Tests that many students tend to gravitate toward, so we’ve compiled a list of the five most popular SAT Subject Tests!
SAT Subject Tests Are Sometimes an Application Requirement But They Can Also Help You Boost Your Applicant Profile
By Megan, IvyWise Tutoring Manager
The school year is coming, but what does that mean? Students will begin thinking about (or stressing about) when they should take their college placement exams. While students usually have a reasonable handle on when to take the SAT or ACT, there seems to be confusion on whether or not to take SAT Subject Tests and when.
Fall is a busy testing season for high school students, and even more so for seniors applying to college. In addition to the ACT or SAT, some students also choose to take SAT Subject Tests as part of their admissions testing. But is it right for you?