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Axa saleem said:yes then go for SAT 2.
apple said:Axa saleem said:yes then go for SAT 2.
Uh...Have you even given the SAT?
SAT II has topics from A Level Maths.
SAT I is kiddish maths. Hardly O Level Maths. Some of the questions are logic questions.
mista.lova.lova said:u can give maths I or maths II, or english literature, or spanish, chines, korean hebrew....for dat den.. :mrgreen:
Axa saleem said:apple said:Axa saleem said:yes then go for SAT 2.
Uh...Have you even given the SAT?
SAT II has topics from A Level Maths.
SAT I is kiddish maths. Hardly O Level Maths. Some of the questions are logic questions.
The SAT-I is a three hour, primarily multiple-choice test that measures verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities that develop over time. Most colleges require SAT-I scores for admission. whereas the SAT-II subject tests are one hour, primarily multiple-choice tests that measure your knowledge of *particular subjects* and your ability to apply that knowledge.
mista.lova.lova said:@&#%@$%#$^@!
man, go to collegeboard.com.... make an account there, quite a lengthy process..then they will ask u to register...do that and then print ur admit card.
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