SAT II Chemistry Flashcards
If the fact that the standard SAT test didn't give you the chance to show colleges just how great you are in chemistry, then taking the SAT II Chemistry Subject Test is a great idea. The SAT II Chemistry test contains 85 multiple-choice questions that must be answered in one hour. Sound like a test you would like to tackle? Or are you a bit worried that you may not score well? Whether you feel fully up to the challenge or a little less confident, Varsity Tutors' Learning Tools has a variety of free SAT II Chemistry study help activities you can take advantage of to increase your confidence in your ability to perform well on the test.
One great Learning Tool that is useful for squeezing in a little test-prep when time is limited is the set of SAT II Chemistry flashcards. These free flashcards online can be accessed on any computer, tablet, or smartphone, and this makes them easy to study with whether you are at home or on-the-go. The study flashcards quiz you on many important chemistry topics and concepts related to the questions you may encounter on your official test.
Knowing what you may be facing on the test can help you focus your SAT II Chemistry review on topics likely to be on the exam. One-quarter of the questions on the test will be related to the structure of matter. The additional questions are all split up among seven additional chemistry topics. These topics include states of matter, which is the second largest portion of the test, descriptive chemistry, stoichiometry, reaction types, laboratory, and thermochemistry, along with equilibrium and reaction rates.
You will be provided with a periodic tablet to help you answer questions related to the information on it, but you cannot bring a calculator to the test site. However, questions that require a little math typically only require relatively basic math skills. Also, all test questions that involve measurements will be based on the metric system and not imperial measurements. You may want to brush up on your metric measurement and conversion skills if you don't feel confident in them.
If you find that you want to study a specific chemistry concept even further after you have mastered the ready-made SAT II Chemistry flashcards, you can make additional flashcards with the flashcards builder. This Learning Tool can be accessed by clicking on the “Create Tests & Flashcards” icon. You will then be led to the flashcards maker and prompted to give your new deck of flashcards a name. Then, you will be given blank flashcards templates you can use to enter your own chemistry-related questions and answers. While you can always make them up yourself, you can also add questions and answers from other study materials you have into the flashcards creator to make practicing with them handier. You then won't have to worry about carrying the other study materials around with you when you can access the questions right on your computer, tablet, or smartphone, just like the ready-made flashcards.
Prepare for your SAT II Chemistry Subject Test well, and you can then feel more confident on test day!