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SAT Subject Test Prep


 

Jamie's tutors can help students electing to take SAT Subject Tests, also known as SAT IIs. Regardless of the section a student decides to sign up for, SAT Subject Tests cover extensive amounts of material to evaluate his or her knowledge. SAT Subject Tests can help make your college application stand out, and can sometimes aide a student in placing out of introductory courses required in their freshman year of college.  SAT IIs can also be admission requirements at some highly selective universities.

 

Homeschooled students may be required to take additional subject tests as an admission requirement for some colleges.  Jamie recommends that homeshooled students be very aware of these requirments since it is best to take the Subject Tests at the end of class.  For example, the biology SAT II should be taken at the end of the course which is normally in 10th grade.  Students may not perform as well on the tests if they wait until senior year when they realize they need to have taken a number of SAT IIs.

 

All SAT II test prep is offered by private appointment only.

 

 


 

See the table below for a glimpse of the sections Jamie's tutors can assist you with!

 

 

SECTION SCORE TIME CONTENT
Math Level 1 200-800 60 minutes 50 multiple choice questions testing basic understanding of numbers and operations, algebra and functions, geometry and measurement, data analysis, statistics, and probability.
Math Level 2 200-800 60 minutes 50 multiple choice questions testing basic understanding of numbers and operations, algebra and functions, geometry and measurement, data analysis, statistics, and probability.
U.S. History 200-800 60 minutes 90 multiple choice questions testing familiarity with historical concepts, cause and effect relationships, geography, and other data necessary for understanding historical development and historical analysis. Also tests ability to use historical knowledge to interpret data in maps, graphs, charts, and cartoons.
World History 200-800 60 minutes 95 multiple choice questions testing familiarity with historical concepts, cause and effect relationships, geography, and other data necessary for understanding historical development and historical analysis. Also tests ability to use historical knowledge to interpret data in maps, graphs, charts, and cartoons.
Literature 200-800 60 minutes 60 multiple choice questions testing knowledge of basic literary terminology and the understanding of literary meaning, form, language, word context, voice, and characterization. 
Biology E/M 200-800 60 minutes 80 multiple choice questions testing knowledge of fundamental concepts, application, and interpretation of cellular and molecular biology, ecology, genetics, organismal biology, evolution, and diversity. 
Chemistry 200-800 60 minutes 85 multiple choice questions testing the knowledge of fundamental concepts, synthesis, and application of the structure of matter, states of matter, reaction types, stoichiometry, equilibrium and reaction rates, thermochemistry, descriptive chemistry, and the laboratory.
Physics 200-800 60 minutes 75 multiple choice questions testing the knowledge of fundamental concepts and ability to solve single and multiple concept problems regarding mechanics, electricity and magnetics, waves and optics, heat and thermodynamics, modern physics, etc.
French 200-800 60 minutes 85 multiple choice questions testing the knowledge of words representing different parts of speech and idioms within cultural context, as well as the ability to select appropriate words and expressions that are grammatically correct within a sentence and understanding main and supporting ideas, themes, and settings of variable passages.
Spanish 200-800 60 minutes 85 multiple choice questions testing the knowledge of words representing different parts of speech and idioms within cultural context, as well as the ability to select appropriate words and expressions that are grammatically correct within a sentence and understanding main and supporting ideas, themes, and settings of variable passages.
 

 

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