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In January of 2021, the College Board discontinued the SAT Subject Tests in the U.S.
The College Board will automatically cancel all upcoming Subject Test registrations in the U.S. and issue refunds. Students who have already taken Subject Tests will still be able to submit them to colleges.
The final two international administrations of Subject Tests will occur in May and June of 2021.
This post provides an FAQ section and more extensive coverage of what the demise of SAT Subject Tests means for students.
When justifying its decision to discontinue the SAT Subject Tests, the College Board cited “the expanded reach of AP and its widespread availability.” Taking AP exams, according to the College Board, is “a much richer and more flexible way for students to distinguish themselves.”
For more information about AP and preparation for those exams, click here.