The SAT offers 20 different subject tests in addition to the general SAT exam. These subject tests are designed to demonstrate a student’s proficiency in a specific area of academia and are taken by students depending on their various interests. Some colleges may recommend one or more of the tests and some may require a specific test as part of their program prerequisites. It is recommended to take these tests only if you have taken, or are currently taking, courses in the respective subject area. It is also recommended that non-native speakers of the English language take one or more of the subject tests depending on the program in which they wish to apply. This allows ESL and international students the opportunity to perform well in subjects that may not fall under the general content of the SAT. Students who have been homeschooled may be recommended to take one or more subject tests so colleges have additional information pertaining to the skills and knowledge they learned outside of the traditional classroom setting.
The subject tests consist of multiple-choice questions and a student is allowed one hour per subject test, up to a maximum of three tests per day. For more general information about SAT Subject Tests, click here.
The SAT Subject Test in Italian is recommended for students who want to demonstrate their grasp of the language and/or students who are interested in pursuing a field related to the Italian language. The test is comprised of approximately 85 multiple-choice questions and a student is allowed one hour to complete the exam. It is only offered in June each year, so this is an important factor to consider when applying to colleges or other educational institutions.
Students who want to take the SAT Subject Test in Italian should have taken at least two years of Italian, but more is better. It is also recommended to take the test during the time a student is studying Italian, or right after, due to the student’s ability to remember significant aspects of the language over a longer period of time. Information on the test has been gathered from sources that use the Italian language during everyday tasks. If a student has not taken Italian classes, but is fluent in the language due to other reasons, it is recommended that they take the exam as well.
Students taking this test should have acquired skills and knowledge of commonly used vocabulary, appropriate use of phrases, and correct language structure when used in various contexts within written passages. They should also be familiar with common vocabulary words and proper grammar. Lastly, they should have the skills to translate and understand various written passages on topics encompassing a wide range of subject areas.
Click here to find out more information about the SAT Subject Test in Italian as well as to access practice questions that will help you prepare for the exam.
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