a very important question

<p>I'm aware that Princeton requires 3 SAT II subject tests...</p>

<p>And so I happily registered for Maths Level I and II as well as Physics, do I qualify? Or will I have to do away with Maths Level I and replace it with something else, meaning, more studying to do...? AARGH</p>


<p>i don't know definitively whether they would accept both math(s) tests, but i suggest doing something else; they like to see variety. surely there's some history class you've taken?</p>

<p>thanks for the advice!</p>

<p>i actually took a' level chemistry, but let's just say that im not looking forward to ever touching that subject again. it's a nightmare... as for history itself, i certainly did it back in secondary school, and stole some glances at it every now and then from my personal readings.</p>

<p>could be looking at world history/ us history most probably then. any1 got any pointers for these subjects? mainly, would anyone know of any recommended texts or say, find one of these 2 easier for a SAT attempt? :D :D</p>

<p>Hehe thank you all!</p>

<p>Have you considered physics as an option? (The curve is ridiculous - I think you can get an 800 with something like 12 wrong.)</p>

<p>(s)he already said that (s)he was planning to take physics.</p>

<p>chem is not a hard one. you could also look into literature, or any of a variety of languages.</p>

<p>Like acadec said, literature and a foreign language are both good bets. The lit test is nice because it doesn't really require that you've taken a specific level of English. However, many people find it to be one of the more difficult tests. Try a practice test and see how you do.</p>

<p>Do not take both maths. Having only physics and math makes you look lazy and one dimensional. I would strongly suggest a humanities test to show some variety.</p>

<p>Oops - you're right, acadec!
And I second the idea of trying out a lit practice test.</p>

<p>I actually don't think Princeton LETS you take both maths. I'm pretty sure you're only allowed to take one. I think I remember reading that somewhere.</p>

<p>Math is my favorite subject and that's what I want to major in but I found the literature test to be fairly easy and it's the one I scored the best on.</p>

<p>Thank you all for the advice guys!</p>

<p>Will give Lit a try then, hehs! :D</p>

<p>Oh, actually, you mean a Foreign Language can count as a Subject Test also?</p>

<p>I'm a Chinese, and the SAT II Chinese is like ABC to me, hahaha.</p>

<p>But I guess that'd reflect pretty badly, so I'm just kidding and asking to know. Haha. Cos I've been having thoughts about picking up French, actually. Hehheh. Still exploring my possibilities. :]</p>

<p>The Chinese test will definitely fulfill the requirement. But I guess that all else equal, they would choose someone who takes a different language than your native as SAT.</p>