SAT II History Individual Course

U.S. History and World History

During your SAT II Individual Prep Course, our trainer will cover the entire SAT II syllabus, this will be based on your level of understanding of the fundamental concepts. Trainers will also discuss about the SAT scoring rubric, strategies and provide you with practice questions to help you answer better & more effectively.

The individual classes will help you to:

  • Cover fundamental concepts
  • Build a solid foundation & understanding of the SAT II curriculum
  • Improve your weak areas
  • Work on the application of concepts learnt
  • Answer difficult questions
  • Improve on your time management skills
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SAT II History Subject Tests

The SAT II History Subject Tests measures your level of understanding on historical events, terms, concepts and its significance on a college preparatory level.

Test format

U.S History

  • Duration – 1 hour
  • No. of questions – 90 multiple-choice questions

World History

  • Duration – 1 hour
  • No. of questions – 95 multiple-choice questions

Course Curriculum

SAT II U.S. History Topics

  • Material Covered(*)- Political history, Economic history, Social history, Intellectual and cultural history, Foreign policy
  • Periods Covered – Pre-Columbian history to 1789, 1790–1898, 1899 to the present

(*) Includes social science concepts, methods, and generalizations

SAT II World History Topics

  • Geographical Material Covered – Global or comparative, Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia, South and Southeast Asia, East Asia, Americas
  • Periods Covered – Prehistory and civilizations to 500 C.E., 500 to 1500 C.E., 1500 to 1900 C.E., Post-1900 C.E., Cross-chronological

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