SAT Subject Tests can help your students spotlight their academic strengths and get an edge in college admissions.
They’re hour-long tests based on high school course work. There are 20 tests offered in five subject areas: English, history, languages, mathematics, and science.
Reflecting High School Teaching
SAT Subject Tests are created with input from high school teachers and reflect what's being taught in the classroom. Each hour-long test assesses content knowledge, interpretation, and problem-solving skills.
The latest College Board Curriculum Survey found that the knowledge and skills measured by SAT Subject Tests were taught in high school classrooms by:
- 97% of English teachers
- 80% of mathematics teachers
- 82% of science teachers
Download or Order Teacher's Guides
Learn how to best advise and prepare your students for the SAT Subject Tests with these free teacher's guides. They include in-depth information about what's covered on the SAT Subject Tests, sample questions with answer explanations, and tips from other teachers for guiding your students.
Includes in-depth information about what's covered on the Mathematics Level 1 and Mathematics Level 2 tests, sample questions with answer explanations, and tips from other teachers.
Includes in-depth information about what's covered on the Biology E/M, Chemistry, and Physics tests, sample questions with answer explanations, and tips from other teachers.
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