**When should I take it?**

Most students take the Math Level 2 subject test as they are nearing the end of Pre-Calculus in school—June of junior year for many students.

**What’s “on” it?**

Topics covered by the Math Level 2 subject test include:

- Numbers and Operationss
- Algebra and Functions
- Geometry and Measurement (plane geometry, three-dimensional geometry, and trigonometry)
- Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

In other words, if you’ve taken Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus, you should have covered most of what you’ll need to know to do well on the Math Level 2 test.

**Do I have to take it?**

Many selective colleges require applicants to take 2 or 3 SAT subject tests. If you are considering a college major in math, science, computer science, architecture, or engineering, you should take the Math Level 2 test.

**How long is it?**

The Math Level 2 test is composed of 50 multiple-choice questions. Students are given 60 minutes to complete the test.

**Should I take Level 2 or Level 1?**

This is a tough question to answer.

- If you are considering a college major in math, science, computer science, architecture, or engineering, you should take the Math Level 2 test. (For expert advice and guidance, purchase ePrep’s
**Math Level 2**study program.) - If you’re already in Calculus and you’ve been a solid A/B math student throughout high school, you should seriously consider Level 2. If you take a few practice tests and get really frustrated, however, experiment with Level 1. (For expert advice and guidance, purchase ePrep’s
**Math Level 2**study program or ePrep’s discounted**Math Combo**study program.) - If you’re taking Pre-Calculus and are a solid A/B math student, you should experiment by taking practice tests in both Level 1 and Level 2. (For expert advice and guidance, purchase ePrep’s discounted
**Math Combo**study program.) - If you’re finishing up Algebra II and you are a solid A math student, you should experiment by taking practice tests in both Level 1 and Level 2. With some help from ePrep, you may be able to handle the Level 2. (For expert advice and guidance, purchase ePrep’s discounted
**Math Combo**study program or ePrep’s**Math Level 1**study program.) - If you’re finishing up Algebra II and you’re a B/C math student, you should take Level 1. (For expert advice and guidance, purchase ePrep’s
**Math Level 1**study program.)