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Which subject test to take- literature or Spanish?

Trafficlight24Trafficlight24 Registered User Posts: 89 Junior Member
Which one would be best for a potential linguistics/history double major? I plan to take it in June, after I complete Spanish 3 and AP Lang. I have already taken Chemistry and Korean, and plan to take U.S. History sometime.
Thank you!

Replies to: Which subject test to take- literature or Spanish?

  • xxblueballoonxxxxblueballoonxx Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
    From what I've heard, literature is kind of difficult. I'm going through the subject test material for Spanish right now, and it seems quite basic - achievable after Spanish 3. If you find Spanish easy, I would go for it. Do whichever one you think you would get a higher score in. Keep in mind that a lot of native speakers take the Spanish one, so the curve can be a little bit harsh.
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