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I'm a high school student from India, I got a question regarding SAT Subject Tests but I'm not sure if I can post it on the main site. Is there some other site where I can get help? My post is below:


NOTE: I do not have any intentions to offend anyone. I'm in no way trying to insult the US education system so if at any point my post suggest that I'm, I apologize.

I have a SAT Maths II and Physics Subject Test this Saturday(4 Nov), I just bought Barron's Books to preparation and to my surprise, the test felt way to easy. It's like too good to be true so my question is; is it really that easy or I'm being trolled by the book?

Talking about Physics I checked a full length paper on cracksat.com too. The questions are mostly conceptual which is nice cause calculator is not allowed but even then they are really easy. Time is surely a problem, I mean 75 ques in 60 mins, is mad.

But are SAT Subject Tests made this easy? Take a Look at this for example


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In addition to Massimo's answer, questions pertaining to high school students that are not research-oriented are automatically considered off-topic.

  • Okay but could you at least recommend where I can get some help? It’s imp. for me – Alpha Mineron Nov 1 '17 at 23:31
  • Sorry—I'm not sure what kind of forums out there handle such questions. I'm sure they're out there, though, and you could probably search for them. – aeismail Nov 1 '17 at 23:42
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As is, your question would be quite probably considered off topic, because we don't assess the quality of tests, books etc.

A general question about the difficulty of standardized tests could be potentially interesting, but it would be too broad or too much opinion based.

For what it's worth, I find the linked questions from the test rather depressing.

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