I Need 3 Subject Tests? Now What?

<p>I got a pretty good score on the regular old SAT reasoning test, so now I am thinking of applying to some rather prestigious colleges. Just one problem, though: these colleges all require 2 or 3 subject tests. This is bad for me, because my school is small and crappy and doesn't really teach much. I can reason with the best of them but my knowledge of subjects is somewhat subpar. </p>

<p>My first question is, what tests should I take? I am thinking about doing biology because I took a dual-credit biology class at a local community college with a VERY hard teacher and got an A in that, but I don't know whether to take E or M. I am also probably going to do math, because that doesn't really change much from school to school. I am good at English, but I doubt I know enough esoteric literary terms to do well on the subject test. I would really appreciate it if someone could point out some "easy" tests and good ways to study for them.</p>

<p>What math class are you in? (alg II, preca, etc)</p>

Math I or II
Foreign Language or a history</p>

<p>Also, you should get prep books to help.</p>

<p>I am currently in precal. The teacher isn't as good as she was last year, but I can learn from the book pretty well, so it doesn't matter. I'll probably take the history; our Spanish program sucks and I only have 1 year of Latin.</p>

<p>Err...if your school doesn't teach much, How are you going to get into prestigious college?</p>

<p>Anyways, just play to your strengths and get review books.</p>

<p>^my school doesn't teach much either. But I'm dedicated enough to learn on my own.</p>

<p>Latin is very doable.
I took the SAT after two years, and I nearly aced it.
"Wheelock's Latin" is all you really need.</p>