SAT is a measure used by universities and colleges to assess high school students’ readiness for college. SAT I provides common data points to compare two different candidates, while SAT II Subject tests helps colleges to assess applicant’s knowledge in specific subjects’ areas. Many colleges require or recommend SAT Subject tests especially if you’re applying to a specific program.
In case of international students, these scores can be used to show your strengths in subjects like math, science, or any other languages. In fact, in many cases, with high or perfect scores, universities allow course credit which in return could help you earn college credit while saving on college tuition fee.
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