What's the Difference Between SAT I and SAT II?

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You've probably run across the terms SAT I and SAT II on various college websites -- but as you start researching schools, you need to get the details on how these tests are different.

First of all, it's time to update your standardized testing lingo: If you want to be cool, don't call it the SAT I – it's just called the SAT now. And don't mention the SAT II – it's now referred to as the SAT Subject Tests, and there are a grand total of 20 Subject Tests you can choose from. Exciting, right?

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