Q: WHAT ARE THE KEYS TO SUCCESS ON SUBJECT TESTS?
A: Choosing the subjects in which you have the most potential
Nailing the timing of when you take the tests
Ensuring that there are no gaps in your preparation
The best way to avoid tactical errors is to ensure each of these decisions is informed by the results of practice tests. We recommend taking an initial diagnostic test – one hour per subject – no later than 5 weeks before the official date you are considering. Our proctored test sessions and analysis of results are complimentary, but advance reservations are required and sessions close to popular test dates will fill up.
The good news is that an initial diagnostic test and review of the results may be all you need to do to be ready. Many students find that their academic coursework – particularly in AP and honors classes – is often sufficient as preparation for Subject Tests. And when additional tutoring for Subject Tests is needed, that prep tends to be both efficient and multi-purpose. Most students select Subject Tests that correspond with current academic classes, so tutoring for Subject Tests tends to serve double-duty as prep for an AP or final exam.
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