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How do Subject Tests work?

SHS_SpartanSHS_Spartan Registered User Posts: 943 Member
I want to take the French, Biology, and Math Level 1 in October.

Do I take all 3 the same day?

Also, how do I specify which Biology I want to take. I want to take M not E.

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Replies to: How do Subject Tests work?

  • lildude3077lildude3077 Registered User Posts: 249 Junior Member
    You'll get a humongous test book- not booklet- with all of the tests inside.

    Before each test is an explanatory page telling you how to fill in the form bubbles. I didn't take biology, so I'm not sure, but since there are 80 questions total, you do the first 60, then if you want to do ecological, do 61-80, but if you do molecular, do 81-100. The machine will grade accordingly. Maybe it is opposite.
  • SHS_SpartanSHS_Spartan Registered User Posts: 943 Member
    Oh.....thank you very much.
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