SAT II in two weeks, which one to pick?

<p>I am signed up for Math IC and Writing. I also picked Biology as the third, but having taken it freshman year I am having a tough time with Barron's review book. There are way too many concepts and terms to cram. Are there any easy SAT IIs that can be learned fairly quickly?</p>

<p>I'm having the exact same problem... I had Bio as a sophomore and now am a senior, so I have no clue if I'll be able to study enough to get a decent score on it. What does everyone think? Should I do something else besides Biology, or will I be okay if I really study for it? And if I should take Biology, which of the two is easier?</p>


<p>(unless you completely failed it or something)</p>

<p>retention is very important in taking these tests. every year from when you actually took the course will make it exponentially harder. everything in the review book might suggest that it's all coming back to you in a second, but there's a BIG difference between recognizing a fact and remembering it with the pressure of the test looming over you. Plus, in just about every science subject there's stuff on the test beyond what you learned in class. this means that not only do you need to bring back all the stuff you learned but forgot, but you'll also have to learn some more stuff from scratch.</p>

<p>There's no studying to do for Literature, but its not particularly easy.</p>

<p>yeah, but a lot of schools require or strongly recommend a science test</p>

<p>like what? If you're not applying to a science program, I know that all the ivies wants is writign and two of your choice.</p>

<p>Literature doesn't require studying, but it's a very difficult test.</p>