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Default SAT 시험정보 2

SAT 2 시험안내
SAT 시험일자 : http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/calenfees.html

1시간동안 객관식 문제로 각항목의 지식습득 정도를 테스트 하는 시험이다.
총 22개의 과목이 있는데 가장 중요한것은 역시 영어와 수학이다. 시험과목및 시험내용 안내는 아래와 같다.

Writing (with an essay)
Literature U.S. History
World History
Math Level IC
Math Level IIC
Biology E/M
Chemistry, Physics
French Reading
French Reading with Listening
German Reading
German Reading with Listening
Spanish Reading
Spanish Reading with Listening
Modern Hebrew Reading
Italian Reading
Latin Reading with Listening
Japanese Reading with Listening
Korean Reading with Listening
Chinese Reading with Listening
English Language Proficiency Test.

English Subject Tests
Literature: The Literature test is designed to assess how well you read literature. The test requires a high level of verbal ability, the ability to read poetry and prose from different periods, and a working knowledge of basic literary terminology. There are six to eight sets of questions on the test, each based on a different literary text. The test usually contains about 60 multiple-choice questions, and is an hour long.

Writing: The Writing test measures your ability to express ideas effectively in standard written English, to recognize faults in usage and structure, and to use language with sensitivity to meaning. Standard written English follows rules of grammar and structure according to English grammar handbooks. The Writing test is an hour long, and includes a 20-minute essay on an assigned topic that does not require specialized knowledge in any particular academic discipline, and 60 multiple-choice questions.
Mathematics Subject Tests
Mathematics Level IC: The Mathematics Level IC test is designed to assess your understanding of the mathematics commonly taught in American high schools in three years of college preparatory mathematics (two years of algebra and one year of geometry). The test requires knowledge of algebra, geometry (plane Euclidean, coordinate, three-dimensional), basic trigonometry, algebraic functions, elementary statistics, and some miscellaneous topics. The test is developed with the expectation that most students are using graphing calculators so a scientific or graphing calculator is required. The Math Level IC test is an hour long and has 50 multiple-choice questions. A calculator is required for the Math Level IC test.

Mathematics Level IIC: The Mathematics Level IIC test is designed to assess your understanding of the mathematics commonly taught in American schools in more than three years of college preparatory mathematics (two years of algebra, one year of geometry, and precalculus and/or trigonometry). The test requires knowledge of algebra, geometry (coordinate, three-dimensional), trigonometry, functions, statistics, and some miscellaneous topics. The test is developed with the expectation that most students are using graphing calculators so a scientific or graphing calculator is required. The Math Level IIC test is an hour long and has 50 multiple-choice questions. A calculator is required for the Math Level IIC test.
History Subject Tests
United States History (Formerly Known as American History): The US History test is designed to assess your knowledge of and ability to use material commonly taught in U.S. history and social studies courses in high school. The test requires knowledge of U.S. history from pre-Columbian times to the present, and the ability to recall basic information in an analytical and interpretive manner. The test is an hour long and contains 90 to 95 multiple-choice questions covering political, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural history, and foreign policy.

World History: The World History test measures your understanding of key developments in global history and your use of basic historical techniques. Basic techniques include the application and weighing of evidence and the ability to interpret and generalize. The test is an hour long and consists of 95 multiple-choice questions covering the entire history of the world, from ancient times to the present, including all inhabitable continents. It also covers all historical fields: political and diplomatic, intellectual and cultural, and social and economic.
Science Subject Tests
Biology E/M: The Biology E/M test assesses your understanding of general biology at the college preparatory level. The test is an hour long and consists of 80 multiple-choice questions -- a common core of 60 questions, plus 20 ecological or molecular questions. Special emphasis is placed on either ecology (Biology-E) or molecular biology (Biology-M), with recognition that evolution is inherent in both. You choose the area in biology for which you feel you're best prepared. On test day you'll indicate if you're taking Biology-E or Biology-M by gridding the code for the chosen test on your answer sheet. Only questions pertaining to the test code that is gridded on the answer sheet will be scored. You may not take both Biology-E and Biology-M on the same test day.

Chemistry: The Chemistry test assesses your understanding of general chemistry at the college preparatory level. The test is an hour long and consists of 85 questions. The use of a calculator is not permitted. Numerical calculations are limited to simple arithmetic. A periodic table indicating the atomic numbers and masses of elements is provided for all test administrations.

Physics: The Physics test assesses your understanding of physics at the college preparatory level. The test is an hour long and consists of 75 multiple-choice questions.
Language Subject Tests
All Language tests measure students' competence in the particular language. Reading only tests (French, German, Modern Hebrew, Italian, Latin, and Spanish) assess a student's reading ability in the language. The Listening Tests (Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and ELPT™) require students to demonstrate an understanding of the spoken and written language, in addition to assessing reading skills.

Chinese with Listening: The Chinese with Listening test measures your ability to understand spoken (Mandarin) and written Chinese. The test contains 85 multiple-choice questions (a 20-minute listening section and a 40-minute reading section).

French and French with Listening: There are two French Subject Tests: French and French with Listening. Both tests evaluate your reading ability in French. The French with Listening test also measures your ability to understand spoken French. Both tests are an hour long and include 85 multiple-choice questions. The French with Listening test has a 20-minute listening section and a 40-minute reading section.

German and German with Listening: There are two German Subject Tests: German and German with Listening. Both tests evaluate your reading ability in German. The German with Listening test also measures your ability to understand spoken German. Both tests are an hour long and contain 85 multiple-choice questions. The German with Listening test has a 20-minute listening section and a 40-minute reading section.

Modern Hebrew: The Modern Hebrew test evaluates your competence in modern Hebrew. The test is an hour long and contains 85 multiple-choice questions.

Italian: The Italian test assesses your reading ability in Italian. The test is an hour long and contains 85 multiple-choice questions.

Japanese with Listening: The Japanese with Listening test measures your ability to communicate in Japanese in a culturally appropriate way. The test consists of 80 to 85 multiple-choice questions (a 20-minute listening section and a 40-minute reading section).

Korean with Listening: The Korean with Listening test assesses your ability to understand spoken and written Korean. The test contains 80 to 85 multiple-choice questions (a 20-minute listening section and a 40-minute reading section).

Latin: The Latin test assesses your ability to read in Latin. The test is an hour long and includes 70-75 multiple-choice questions.

Spanish and Spanish with Listening: There are two Spanish Subject Tests: Spanish and Spanish with Listening. Both tests evaluate your reading ability in Spanish. The Spanish with Listening test also measures your ability to understand spoken Spanish. Both tests are an hour long and contain 85 multiple-choice questions. The Spanish with Listening test has a 20-minute listening section and a 40-minute reading section.

English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT): The ELPT assesses both your understanding of spoken and written standard American English and how well you will function in a classroom where English is spoken. The ELPT consists of 84 multiple-choice questions (a 30-minute listening section and a 30-minute reading section). The test is intended for students whose best language is not English; who attend U.S. high schools, or who have studied in an international school where courses are taught in English; have completed two to four years of English language instruction in an English as a Second Language program or in English enrichment courses; and/or students who speak a language other than English at home or work.
시험등록은 해당학교에서 신청서를 교부받아 우편으로 할 수 있으나 온라인으로 하는 것은 권장합니다온라인 등록장소 www.collegeboard.com
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