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Scholastic Aptitude Test
Standardized American test required for admission to colleges and universities in the United States and other countries
For whom
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1.For people to get credit for introductory-level courses (depending on test scores).
2. For people to get credit for taking specific courses or programs. See a list of colleges that require, recommend, or consider Subject Tests.
3. For people to showcase their strengths in subjects (by sending Subject Test scores to colleges). See a list of colleges that require, recommend, or consider Subject Tests.
4. For ESL students to show your abilities in subject areas that don't depend so much on your mastery of English, such as math and science — and, of course, other languages.
5. For International students: many international colleges use Subject Tests to make decisions about admission or placement, so taking the tests gives you more opportunities.
6. Bilingual or multilingual students: if you speak a language other than English, you might be able to fulfill foreign language competency requirements for some colleges.
7. Home-schooled students: some colleges require or recommend SAT Subject Tests for home-schooled applicants to get a better idea of their college readiness.
8. Taking Subject Tests can help you see how well you've learned the subject matter compared to other students around the world.
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