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Subject Tests v Prospective Major
So far I've taken two subject tests: USH (790) and Spanish (750). I'm not applying anywhere that requires 3 tests, but I feel like I should take another one, one that's more closely related to my prospective major, Poly Sci. In the grand scheme of things, taking Spanish seems kind of random--I just happen to be good at it, so I took the test and scored fairly high. So, assuming that I can NOT score above a 750 on any other subject test (with the exception of maybe Math 1, which I wouldn't take), should I take another one? I'm thinking maybe Lit, which I could probably score high on, just judging by my SAT I CR score (800).3 replies
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