Urgent- What's the easiest subject test?

<p>Today I realized that i can't submit maths 1 and 2 as two different subject tests. I registered for june to take maths 1, 2 and physics. But I won't have time to study for the physics one because there are many things I haven't done and I won't be 100% ready for the test date.</p>

<p>They told me I should change to chemistry although it's one year since I do chemistry or biology. But I was good at biology.</p>

<p>Which science subject test is the easiest and fastest to prepare for?</p>

<p>I mean, physics is very long and if I am going to study, I will do it over the summer. But on June I need to take 3 and I need to substitute the physics one with an easier one.
What do you guys recommend?</p>

<p>Thanks in advance!</p>

<p>up.. i need an answer</p>

<p>Perhaps you should consider biology if you're good at memorizing.</p>

<p>Chemistry goes beyond the high school level so it wouldn't be a feasible test for you.</p>

<p>The easiest is the one that you know best! </p>

<p>To my surprise I found a little bit of calculus in Physics SAT II. However, it can be solved without it.</p>

<p>take Math IIC if ur good at math.</p>

<p>i'm definitely taking the two maths, but i was surprised when i discovered yesterday that universities won't accept both maths tests as seperate subjects. And physics is hard to study for in less than a month and with my final exams coming up.</p>

<p>I looked through the bio study guide in sparknotes and I remember most bio from last year. Hopefully, I will be able to study all the physics during summer which will also be a benefit for high school. I definitely cross out chemistry then.</p>

<p>Physics isn't hard!</p>

<p>I finished 3 topics in the PR today out of 17 possible; and now I can solve about 20 questions.</p>

<p>Go with Bio</p>

<p>go with lit if you dont have time to study</p>

<p>i need science for Computer Science at CMU :)</p>

<p>Chemistry - if you still know the concepts well</p>

<p>Bio- If you can handle the critical thinking</p>

<p>Chem - concepts are kinda hard and curve is kinda hard as well
Bio - if you can handle the MEMORY but curve is hella harsh
Physics - if you can handle the EQUATIONS & epic curve too yay
Math IIC - if you can handle the CRITICAL THINKING & EQUATIONS</p>

<p>Math 2, US History, World History</p>

<p>Consider a language you're good at and take the subject test in that.</p>

<p>The curve in World History is awesome. Bio is mostly memorization. Math II should be easy if you're good at math.</p>

<p>as i said, I only consider physics, bio, or chem.</p>

<p>I think i'll stick to bio.</p>

<p>but really, does the curve matter THAT much?</p>

<p>What kind of questions are on the Lit SAT II/what should I be familiar with?</p>

<p>If you really want a science, I'd go with Bio. There's a lot of memorization involved, but it's probably easier to prepare for in a short amount of time. :)</p>

<p>i've heard bio to be the easiest since a lot of it is memorization.
or idk if you do, but a language if you're native or fluent in another language.</p>