I know that SAT subject tests are not as important anymore since many schools are no longer recommend or require them. However, I still want to take them if possible since my top schools will still be considering them.
I am a junior planning to apply to colleges as a biochemistry or chemistry major (still torn between the two options) under a pre-med track. I know for sure that I will be taking the chemistry subject test because frankly, I LOVE chemistry and know I can do well on it. However, I want to take two subject tests and I don't know whether it'd be better to take the Math II or Biology (molecular) subject test. I have heard from friends that I should take Math II because it's better for STEM, but I never finished learning all the material for my Precalculus class due to COVID-19 and am unsure if I'd be able to do well on it. On the other hand, I feel a lot more comfortable with taking Biology (molecular), but will taking two science tests be somewhat damaging? Or if I solely apply as a chemistry major, will a biology subject test look weird? Which should I take?
Any resources to help study for these subject tests would also be appreciated. I do not want to spend a lot of money on prep since the tests are relatively unimportant this year.