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I am in Kenya and I missed the November 6th SAT subject test that I had registered for.?

I am in Kenya and I missed the November 6th SAT subject test that I had registered for.? Topic: Accompanying letter
May 23, 2019 / By Helena
Question: I have prepared a check payable to collegeboard as payment for a test date change to Dec 4th,and am planning to send it with an accompanying letter.Someone please raise my hopes,will I be able to sit the Dec test?
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Dulcibella Dulcibella | 7 days ago
in case you decide on to take the actual SAT try, it is composed of three diverse sorts: interpreting, Writing, and Math, then you genuinely could sign in for the SAT Reasoning try. in case you decide on to take an SAT situation try, which has contains many differing sorts at the same time with chemistry, physics, heritage, French, etc..., then sign in for the SAT situation try and choose which try(s) you'll opt to take. i'm assuming that you decide on to take the SAT Reasoning try, because it is your first time.
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Dulcibella Originally Answered: Is the material on the Math Level 2 SAT Subject Test the same as the SAT II Math IIC?
It may refer to the same test, but the test evolves. SAT II Math Level II C is will probably prepare you for a very old edition of test. If you are planning to take the Math Level 2, I suggest you get a review book for 2008-2009 or later. Kaplan is a good choice, it is the one I am using, and Princeton review was not so good... good luck
Dulcibella Originally Answered: Is the material on the Math Level 2 SAT Subject Test the same as the SAT II Math IIC?
Why don't you take math 2, chemstry, and the French one? Thus far, I've taken the math 2, chemistry, literature, and the chinese. For the record, I'm not planning on going into chemistry, english, or foreign language in college. If you seemed to excel in any of the classes that relate to the tests, then just run over some material; one thing that helped me was going onto the sparknotes SAT practice tests and taking them to see where I'm at. But yes. 2 months of intensive studying can likely guarantee something above a 700. I took AP chemistry and did no studying for the subject test and got over 700. Good luck!
Dulcibella Originally Answered: Is the material on the Math Level 2 SAT Subject Test the same as the SAT II Math IIC?
Is the book your studying from is Barons, if yes that means its Sat 2 math 2, so it means yes its the same.


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