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SAT Subject Test question

HoggirlHoggirl Posts: 673Registered User Member
edited November 2012 in Stanford University
The website suggests two subject tests. What if a student only has one? Is one better than none?
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Replies to: SAT Subject Test question

  • haginrainbowhaginrainbow Posts: 156Registered User Junior Member
    Was wondering the same thing, I assume so. I only had one, but got a perfect score! I'll try and remember to let you know when I get my admissions result (for future applicants).

    On that note, I recommend you change the title of this post to "Only One SAT Subject Test" or something like that for people looking for information in the future.

    Good luck!
  • AerobugAerobug Posts: 773Registered User Member
    One is better than none, but you are putting yourself at a disadvantage because the majority of students will have two or more. Which one did you take? In my opinion, anyone can take Lit or Math I/II because those are subjects similar to CR and Math, which every student is required to take for the SAT I. I did much better on Lit (760) than I did on CR (690). Same goes for Math II. It's not too late to sign up for December. :)
  • HoggirlHoggirl Posts: 673Registered User Member
    I was asking for my ds. He is taking Math II in December. He is only a junior. The other possible topics aren't aligning very well with his schedule. He took AP WH last year, but couldn't take the subject test in June b/c of a conflict. He is now really rusty and kind of buried with other stuff. He is taking US History in the spring, but not APUSH b/c his school doesn't offer it. Not sure how well a regular US history class will prepare him???
  • henryvlihenryvli Posts: 62Registered User Junior Member
    Not submitting SAT IIs will not make any differences on your decision, taken from the Stanford website.
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