# Should I take SAT subject test Math 1 or 2?

## Should I take SAT subject test Math 1 or 2?

In general, you should take the Math Subject Test that best corresponds to the coursework you’ve completed. Taking Math 1 when you have the coursework for Math 2 might backfire given Math 1’s steeper curve. By contrast, taking Math 2 without the requisite coursework will leave you completely lost for much of the exam.

## What is on the math 2 SAT subject test?

What’s On the Math Level II Subject Test? Like the Math I Subject Test, the Math II test covers algebra and geometry. Additionally, it tests trigonometry and elementary functions, which describe a relationship between an input and output.

**How many questions are on the SAT math 2?**

50

Format. The test had 50 multiple choice questions that were to be answered in one hour. All questions had five answer choices. Students received 1 point for every correct answer, lost ¼ of a point for each incorrect answer, and received 0 points for questions left blank.

### How many wrong on SAT math?

Typically, to get an 800 in Math, you cannot miss any questions because you need to get a raw score of 58 (out of 58 questions). Occasionally, an SAT will allow you to get one wrong answer in Math as you can see on Tests 4 and 8.

### Should I take SAT Math 2?

You should take SAT Math 2 if: You’re going into a STEM or STEM-related field. Abstract and analytical thinking are among your strengths. You have ample time to study and practice. We don’t recommend winging this test, and from our experience, students who do well on it usually scored above 750 on the SAT math section.

**How many SAT II Subject Tests should you take?**

How many SAT II Subject Tests should I take? For most students we recommend three. We recommend that students spread these out from 10th grade to 12th grade if they are have taken at least Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade. We recommend most students to have 2 solid subject tests that they are comfortable with.

## Should I take the Math 1 or math 2 Subject Test?

In general, you should take the Math Subject Test that best corresponds to the coursework you’ve completed. Taking Math 1 when you have the coursework for Math 2 might backfire given Math 1’s steeper curve. By contrast, taking Math 2 without the requisite coursework will leave you completely lost for much of the exam.

## Should I take this SAT Subject Test?

In general, you should take SAT Subject Tests right after you’ve completed the recommended classes, because the material will still be fresh in your mind. In some cases, this may mean spring of your freshman or sophomore year. For the language tests, however, it’s best to take these tests after you’ve studied the language for at least two years. Go to specific Subject Test pages to check the recommended preparation guidelines for a test and make sure you’ve completed the recommended