Sometimes the General SAT or ACT Just Isn’t Enough.
The college admissions game is not unlike poker: you should play every high card you have in your hand. The SAT Subject tests are a good way to show that you know the material at a high level – and prove to college admissions folks that you actually did earn that “A” in Honors Chemistry. And while many colleges no longer require the SAT Subject exams, plenty of schools still include at least one in their application requirements. Scoring well on an SAT subject test is one more way to stack the deck in your favor, and focused prep for these tests is a great way to make sure you will achieve that high score and set yourself apart!
Foley Pros Are Experts in These SAT Subjects and More
- Math Level 1
- Math Level 2
- Biology E/M
- U.S. History
- World History
The best time to take the SAT Subject tests is at the end of the specific high school course that relates to the topic. So, for instance, take the SAT Math Level 2 exam in June right after completing Honors PreCalculus.