Q: What is the difference between SAT Reasoning and SAT Subject Tests?
A: The SAT is designed to access the critical thinking skills essential to do well in college. It measures your analytical skills and your approach towards any problem. That is why SAT scores are used for college admissions. The SAT subject tests focus on specific subjects and are usually of one hour. While SAT Reasoning Test has wide acceptability, SAT Subject Tests have limited acceptability.
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