(The Grunion Gazette) by Ralph Becker.

Many applicants are so consumed with the SAT, ACT, AP and IB exams that they’re not sure whether the SAT Subject Tests exist or why. Once aware, however, they often want to know whether they should take them, which ones they should take and when it’s best to take them.

The SAT subject tests are one-hour, multiple-choice tests given over 20 academic subjects. The raw score is calculated by the number of questions correct minus a percentage of the wrong answers and then converted to a scaled score of 200-800.

One of the better guides for which colleges require, recommend, or consider SAT Subject tests and a good reference for much of the information surrounding the subjects tests

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