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Are you a high school physics expert? Are you searching for ways you can show off your knowledge of physics to colleges, perhaps in some quantitative fashion? If this describes you, you should consider taking the SAT Subject Test in Physics!

Every SAT Subject Test is an hour-long multiple-choice exam that tests students in only one subject. As you may have guessed, the questions it asks about this subject are very detailed; you can’t have simply taken and passed the corresponding course in order to be assured of potentially being able to do well on an SAT Subject Test. If everyone that passed a class could do well on the corresponding SAT Subject Test, it wouldn’t be a challenge, and doing well on the exam wouldn’t be as significant a boon to your college applications. So, you should see this exam’s difficulty as potentially benefiting you, if you prepare for it in the proper manner and do well on it.

So, how should you go about studying for the SAT Subject Test in Physics? Reviewing relevant coursework is off course a good place to start, but what about if you identify a concept that you can’t quite remember, or a formula you’re not quite sure how to use? That’s where Varsity Tutors can help you out with its free SAT Subject Test in Physics Practice Tests. Taking a Practice Test is like taking a medium-length quiz in a physics class, if a bit more comprehensive in topics covered than most quizzes. After answering all of the multiple-choice questions, you of course get to see how well you did, but in addition to that, your score is compared against the scores of other students who answered the same questions. If you miss a problem, you’re in luck—Varsity Tutors provides full-length explanations that explain each step that you need to take to solve the problem, so you can identify exactly where you went wrong and prevent yourself from making that mistake in the future, perhaps on the actual SAT Physics Subject Test. As you answer Physics questions, you might realize that you need to brush up on a certain topic—horizontal motion, for example, or the equations involved in freefall situations. If this is the case, you can also answer Practice Test questions organized by concept, allowing you to study in the most efficient manner possible. So, if you’re now planning on taking the SAT Subject Test in Physics, what are you waiting for? Start checking out Varsity Tutors’ variety of SAT Subject Test in Physics resources right now!

 

Free SAT II Physics Practice Tests

Our completely free SAT II Physics practice tests are the perfect way to brush up your skills. Take one of our many SAT II Physics practice tests for a run-through of commonly asked questions. You will receive incredibly detailed scoring results at the end of your SAT II Physics practice test to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Pick one of our SAT II Physics practice tests now and begin!

Practice Tests by Concept

Electricity and magnetism practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 51 secs

Electricity practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 26 secs

Electric circuits practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 16 secs

Capacitors practice test

Questions: 1
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Ohm's law practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 23 secs

Resistors practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 23 secs

Electric fields practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 12 secs

Coulomb's law practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 14 secs

Electric potential energy practice test

Questions: 1
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Mechanics practice test

Questions: 10
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 44 mins

Circular and rotational motion practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 50 secs

Orbits practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 7 secs

Forces practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 59 secs

Frictional force practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 1 mins 44 secs

Gravitational force and weight practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 40 secs

Other mechanical forces practice test

Questions: 1
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Spring force practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 1 mins 0 secs

Linear motion practice test

Questions: 6
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 7 mins

Linear motion calculations practice test

Questions: 5
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 7 mins

Kinematics equations practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 3 mins

Momentum and impulse practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 1 secs

Motion in one dimension practice test

Questions: 1
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Motion in two dimensions practice test

Questions: 3
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 5 mins

Linear motion principles practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 11 secs

Definitions of acceleration, velocity, and displacement practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 28 secs

Other introductory principles practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 18 secs

Work, energy, and power practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 41 secs

Conservation of energy practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 14 secs

Kinetic energy practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 14 secs

Work practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 26 secs

Nuclear physics practice test

Questions: 1
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Radioactivity practice test

Questions: 1
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Optics, waves, and quantum practice test

Questions: 3
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 33 secs

Optics practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 14 secs

Electromagnetic spectrum practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 12 secs

Polarization practice test

Questions: 1
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Average Time Spent: 27 secs

Snell's law practice test

Questions: 1
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Waves practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 11 secs

Doppler effect practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 58 secs

Velocity, frequency, and wavelength practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 29 secs

Thermodynamics practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 2 secs

Calculating heat and temperature practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 20 secs

Practice Quizzes

SAT II Physics Problem Set 3

Questions: 12
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 8 mins

SAT II Physics Problem Set 2

Questions: 12
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 5 mins

SAT II Physics Problem Set 1

Questions: 12
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 20 mins
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