Just a bit of advice would be great!


<p>I'm a junior and I'm planning to take the SAT Subject test(s) on this up-coming month of May.
First off, I've never taken one before so...any help would be great!</p>

<p>I'm thinking to take:
US History
Math 2</p>

<p>Not sure if I should take literature or anything else...but I guess those are what I'll be going with. </p>

<p>Now question is...how do I study for them? Do I need to? What should I use? Yes, I'm in both Apush and Apchem this year, doing decent, and I'm in precal as well.</p>

<p>Any input would be appreciated, thanks! :)</p>

<p>Take practice tests to make sure you aren’t surprised on test day by the format of the exams. Otherwise, you’re taking the right courses to prepare you for the tests. Good luck!</p>

<p>You’re in all the right courses and you should be fine. Literature is definitely not necessary. Taking a fourth one is okay, but lit is one of the hardest tests. Just get some prep books and study at least half an hour per subject per day, an hour is better. some testimonials for books:
<a href=“http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-subject-tests-preparation/1168167-consolidated-book-suggestions-sat-ii-please-sticky.html[/url]”>http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-subject-tests-preparation/1168167-consolidated-book-suggestions-sat-ii-please-sticky.html</a></p>

<p>I’m using barrons for both math II and chem.</p>

<p>Literature is incredibly difficult with an abominable curve. Take it if you want to, but be prepared for the pain. The others seem adequate.</p>

<p>Thanks everyone!
Anyone know any really good study books for the three subject tests mentioned above?</p>