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Chosing SAT II Tests

AnoelAnoel Registered User Posts: 291 Junior Member
So I'm now undecided on what tests I'm going to take tomorrow. My choices are Math IIC, Literature and US History. I'm applying to UC-SC and a couple of other colleges that recommend SAT II tests, one that recommends the math one. I'm the best at history, but I haven't studied for it (since taking the AP US history test last year-5) even though it shouldn't be too hard to. I'm pretty good at Lit although I haven't studied for that, is it really that hard and require a lot of studying? And then there's math, which I really don't want to take but thought that I should. I really haven't done much for that either (yeah im a procrastinator, I know) but I have a book I can study for. I've heard it's pretty hard though, so I'm not sure. I'm alright at math, 660 on the SATs. I'm not going into a math related field anyways, psychology is what I like. Anyways, what do you think I should take and why? Can anyone give opinions on how much/what you need to study for each?
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Replies to: Chosing SAT II Tests

  • A.S.A.P.A.S.A.P. Registered User Posts: 2,663 Senior Member
    The UCs want to see the math IIc. It's a bit late to start studying, don't you think? How about the math and the history? You should do fine since you did really well on the APUSH.
  • AnoelAnoel Registered User Posts: 291 Junior Member
    It's never too late. Are you sure about the math? Would it put me at a disadvantage not to?
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