The SAT II Subject Tests are created and administered by the College Board and the Educational Testing Service (ETS), the two organizations responsible for producing the SAT I (the SAT). The SAT II Subject Tests are meant to complement the SAT I. Whereas the SAT I tests your critical thinking skills by asking math and verbal questions, the SAT II Subject Tests examine your knowledge of a particular subject, such as Writing, U.S. History, Physics, or Biology. The SAT I takes three hours; the Subject Tests take one hour.You may come across many problems, especially word problems, in which extraneous information is provided only to confuse you. ... For the rest of this chapter, wea#39;ll constantly be converting word problems into equations. If youa#39;re still anbsp;...