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Are SAT Subject Tests Re-Used?

TheNexusTheNexus Registered User Posts: 444 Member
Hey guys,

Just curious about this - Are SAT Subject Test often re-used?

When I took sat bio in june and I came home to CC, I saw others posting, and a few posted a consolidated list of answers from the 2011 december sat bio exam, which were exactly the same. The questions and answers were the same. How does this whole thing work?
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Replies to: Are SAT Subject Tests Re-Used?

  • jimjim1717jimjim1717 Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
    they are reused.
  • TheNexusTheNexus Registered User Posts: 444 Member
    Can't people just cheat during the tests then? -_- :(
  • PreplyPreply Registered User Posts: 260 Junior Member
    Clarification: test questions are re-used, not entire tests. The questions that get re-used are questions that are administered on non-QAS test dates.

    I'm certain that college is aware of the repeat test takers and has implemented measures that would ensure that it would be impossible for a student to receive the same test twice. Even if it did happen, there is no guarantee that a student would be able to 'ace' it.
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