SAT Subject Tests (SAT II)
Info about SAT Subject Tests
About the SAT Subject Tests
The SAT Subject Tests is the name for 20 multiple choice standardized tests given on individual subjects. A student typically chooses which tests to take depending upon college entrance requirements for the schools to which he or she is planning to apply. Every test is a one-hour timed test.
A student may take up to three SAT Subject Tests on any given test date. Most SAT subject tests are offered on the same dates as the regular SAT, except for the March administration.
Though not all schools require the SAT Subject Tests, some of the most competitive US colleges require them as part of their application.
SAT Subject Tests (SAT II) and Mean Scores from 2019
|Mathematics Level 1||610|
|Mathematics Level 2||698|
|Chinese with Listening||760|
|French with Listening||673|
|German with Listening||618|
|Japanese with Listening||702|
|Korean with Listening||760|
|Spanish with Listening||664|
To see full percentile ranks for Subject Tests (2019), click here .
Frequently Asked Questions
The SAT Subject Tests are administered 6 times a year—August, October, November, December, May, and June.
You can register for the SAT at the College Board website. Before registering, you will need to create a login with the College Board.
The College Board places no limitations on the number of times a student can take the SAT Subject Tests. Most students take the exam two or three times to ensure their scores are representative of their abilities.
- Base Fee: $26
- +Language with Listening Test: $26 (per test)
- +All Other Subject Tests: $16 (per test)