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Should I take the US History Subject Test

hallie99hallie99 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I am a junior and I am in regular US History, not AP. I was recommended for AP but decided to take regular because I already had a tough course load. History has always been one of my best subjects and I have an A (97) in the class but wasn't sure if I would be fully prepared to get a good score since it was regular US history. The colleges I am looking at don't require SAT subject tests but they are considered if they help me. I would be taking the subject test on June 3rd, a couple weeks after my regular US history exam. If anyone has any advice that would be nice!

Replies to: Should I take the US History Subject Test

  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 23,416 Super Moderator
    No subject test requires an AP class as preparation. Whether or not your class fully prepares you for the test is a question for your teacher, since the is no standard way to teach USH. In all probability, you would do well to pick up a prep book.
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