Standardized Tests Preparation - College Entrance Exams


SAT Subject Tests (formerly SAT-II)

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The Mathematics Level 1 Subject Test is designed to assess your understanding of the mathematics commonly taught in high schools in three years of college preparatory mathematics (two years of algebra and one year of geometry). The test requires knowledge of number and operations, algebra and functions, geometry (plane euclidean, coordinate, three dimensional, and trigonometry), and Data Analysis, statistics, and probability. A scientific or graphing calculator is required. The test is developed with the expectation that most students are using graphing calculators.

All questions on the World history Tests are multiple-choice, requiring you to choose the best response from five choices. Questions may be presented as separate items or in sets based on quotes, maps, pictures, graphs, or tables.

All questions on the U.S. history Tests are multiple-choice, requiring you to choose the best response from five choices. Questions may be presented as separate items or in sets based on quotes, maps, pictures, graphs, or tables.

The Chemistry Subject Test is designed to assess your understanding of the major concepts of chemistry as well as the ability to apply them in problem-solving scenarios. The test requires the ability to organize and interpret results obtained by observation and experimentation and familiarity with the concepts of ratio, proportions, scientific notation, and exponential functions.

Practice multiple-choice questions in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Ecology, Genetics, Organismal Biology, Evolution and Diversity, and other subjects from the SAT Subject Test in Biology.

The Mathematics Level 2 Subject Test is designed to assess your understanding of the mathematics commonly taught in high schools in more than three years of college preparatory mathematics (two years of algebra, one year of geometry, and precalculus and/or trigonometry). The test requires knowledge of number and operations, algebra and functions, geometry (coordinate, three dimensional, and trigonometry), and Data Analysis, statistics, and probability. A scientific or graphing calculator is required. The test is developed with the expectation that most students are using graphing calculators.

In this Early Edge video lesson, you'll learn more about Subject/Verb Agreement, so you can be successful when you take on high-school English/Language Arts & Grammar.

Each set of questions addresses some features of the literary selection that may be distinctive or even unique. For example, because this poem presents a complex reading task, the set includes some questions that focus on the meaning of specific words or lines in order to measure your ability to read and understand the poem accurately.