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Language Subject Test for Non-Native Speaker

RK2901RK2901 4 replies5 threads New Member
Although I'm not a native Spanish speaker, I've taken Spanish since 6th grade and was in AP Spanish last year. I'm taking the Spanish (regular without listening) very soon, but I was wondering: what would a good score for a non-native speaker be? Or do colleges even take that into account?

Thanks.
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  • skieuropeskieurope 42310 replies8428 threads Super Moderator
    A "good score" depends upon the colleges you are targeting. There is no expectation that a Spanish score be higher or lower than any other Subject Test.
    do colleges even take that into account?
    Colleges that recommend Subject Tests generally recommend that native/heritage speakers not submit that as a subject. For non-native speakers, you'll be judged on the score. No college, AFAIK, takes percentiles into account, and most language tests have low percentiles since, despite what I said earlier, many native speakers take it.
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