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    In subject specific SATs you can take maths 1 or maths 2 (or both). Is maths 2 equivalent to maths A level, or further maths? As I'm not taking further should I not take maths2?
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    I looked through some SATs papers and it looked way easier than A-level to me. I'm not sure about the equivalence though.

    Are you applying to a UK university? Most accept SATs.
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    (Original post by tashawaller)
    In subject specific SATs you can take maths 1 or maths 2 (or both). Is maths 2 equivalent to maths A level, or further maths? As I'm not taking further should I not take maths2?
    Hey! I'm applying to universities in the United States of America and I took the SAT Subject Tests. Most people do not take SAT Math I because it's seen as pretty standard and weak. If I were you, I would take SAT Math I and II or SAT Math II on its own. It depends on where you are looking to apply. With regards to how similar it is to A-Level, it's much much easier than A-Level and this goes for all of the SAT Subject Tests to be perfectly honest.
 
 
 
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