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handiman115
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hey guys...I haven't been able to find the answer to this question anywhere...

If i hypothetically received identical grades on the math level 1 and math level 2 subject tests...would colleges prefer to see one or the other?

I'm just wondering because for me, Math level 1 is easier....and I'm trying to figure out if they would like to see math level 2 because that means you are proficient at a higher level of math?

If i hypothetically received identical grades on the math level 1 and math level 2 subject tests...would colleges prefer to see one or the other?

I'm just wondering because for me, Math level 1 is easier....and I'm trying to figure out if they would like to see math level 2 because that means you are proficient at a higher level of math?

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## Replies to: math level 1 vs math level 2?

12,496Senior Member384Member133Junior Membersilverturtle..thanks for your insight....but would you mind telling me what information you have to support the claim that math 1 is viewed as less favorable?

165Junior Member273Junior MemberThis is directly from the collegeboard website.