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ACT/SAT Subject Test

lakers44lakers44 Registered User Posts: 45 Junior Member
edited March 2010 in ACT Preparation
Hi I was wondering if the Subject tests are considered or worth studying for if you have a good score on the ACT. I was never planning on taking the ACT but i got a 35 so I'm done with the SAT 1 and the ACT but I'm not sure if I should still study for the subject tests because I've read that ACT takes the place of subject tests. Should I still study and take them?
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