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SAT's after June

strosfanstrosfan Registered User Posts: 516 Member
Does anybody know the next test dates? Or have a guess as to how long it will be after June?
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Replies to: SAT's after June

  • 112358112358 Registered User Posts: 1,944 Senior Member
    Next SAT will be October.
  • strosfanstrosfan Registered User Posts: 516 Member
    :/ so 5 months?!
  • tim739`tim739` Registered User Posts: 228 Junior Member
    5 months is correct.
  • lemonslemons Registered User Posts: 153 Junior Member
    i know, sucks right? =/
  • strosfanstrosfan Registered User Posts: 516 Member
    Right now I took the SAT in March, plan on taking 3 II's in May, another SAT in June.
    Is that good, do ya'll think?
  • tim739`tim739` Registered User Posts: 228 Junior Member
    Take the SAT IIs in June and the SAT in May. There are few reasons:

    1. The reason you should take the SAT II in June is because in May, you haven't covered all the content in class. In addition, somwhere around June 1, you'll be studying for your final which will be really handy for the SAT II.
    2. You've studied for the SAT reasoning test in March and it's closer to May, and believe it or not, constant exposure to the test is really beneficial. You don't want a big gap of no SAT between March and June.
  • HighlandMomHighlandMom Registered User Posts: 1,011 Senior Member
    strosfan, most people find it extremely challenging to take 3 SAT subject tests at one sitting. Maybe wait to see how your March scores are, then consider taking 2 subs in May and 1 in June or vice versa.
  • strosfanstrosfan Registered User Posts: 516 Member
    The three I plan on taking are the US History, French, and Math II.
    I think we should have everything covered up to Reagan by the time I take the SAT II, and then I don't have to take any finals this year (exemptions). I also didn't really study for the March SAT, so I think if I gave myself more time it would be more beneficial?

    Math II should be easy for me. With French I plan on taking the Listening portion in November as well, so if I do bad on this one I can just replace it with the listening. (Which I am good at)

    HighlandMom - I can kind of understand that, but the only one that would give me difficulty is the US history one, which, if I take it in May, will be just about the time of the AP test (I'll have a lot of it covered). And then taking a French practice test doesn't seem like too much of a burden, I have an AP book and believe it or not I like taking the practice tests, haha
  • HighlandMomHighlandMom Registered User Posts: 1,011 Senior Member
    HighlandDaughter likes taking practice tests (and the real thing, believe it or not) as well. I just would think long and hard about the endurance required for 3 tests - not so much the preparing but the actual taking.
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