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Scientific Inquiry25%
Chemistry: Structure and Properties of Atoms12%
Chemistry: Properties and Classifications of Matter13%
Chemistry: Reactions and Compounds12%
Physics: Forces and Motion13%
Physics: Energy Conservation and Transformation12%
Physics: Mechanical and Electromagnetic Waves13%
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Test Standards

Scientific Inquiry
1. (PS-1.1)  Generate Hypotheses Scientific Information
2. (PS-1.2)  Use Appropriate Laboratory Apparatuses
3. (PS-1.3)  Use Scientific Instruments
4. (PS-1.4)  Design A Scientific Investigation
5. (PS-1.5)  Organize And Interpret Data
6. (PS-1.6)  Evaluate Results Scientific Investigation
7. (PS-1.7)  Evaluate Technological Design/product
8. (PS-1.8)  Scientific Investigation Technological Design.
9. (PS-1.9)  Use Appropriate Safety Procedures
Chemistry: Structure and Properties of Atoms
1. (PS-2.1)  Subatomic Particles
2. (PS-2.2)  Atoms Stable Unstable Isotopes
3. (PS-2.3)  Periodic Table Trends
4. (PS-2.4)  Atomic Number Mass Number
5. (PS-2.5)  Electron Arrangement Charge
6. (PS-2.6)  Compare Fission And Fusion
7. (PS-2.7)  Nuclear Applications Consequences
Chemistry: Properties and Classifications of Matter
1. (PS-3.1)  Chemical Vs Physical Properties
2. (PS-3.2)  Organic Inorganic Substances
3. (PS-3.3)  Molecule/atom Difference
4. (PS-3.4)  Classify Matter Substance Mixture
5. (PS-3.5)  Temperature And Dissolving
6. (PS-3.6)  Four States Of Matter
7. (PS-3.7)  Phase Change
8. (PS-3.8)  Classify Solutions Acids Bases
Chemistry: Reactions and Compounds
1. (PS-4.1)  Bonding And Chemical Stability
2. (PS-4.2)  Covalent Bonding Chemical Stability
3. (PS-4.3)  Ions Form Crystal Lattices
4. (PS-4.4)  Compounds Crystalline Or Molecular
5. (PS-4.5)  Predict Binary Ionic Compounds
6. (PS-4.6)  Chemical And Physical Changes
7. (PS-4.7)  Balanced Chemical Equations
8. (PS-4.8)  Summarize Evidence Chemical Reaction
9. (PS-4.9)  Balance Equations
10. (PS-4.10)  Chemical Equations Balanced Unbalanced
11. (PS-4.11)  Temperature And Reaction Rates
Physics: Forces and Motion
1. (PS-5.1)  Distance, Time, Direction, Velocity
2. (PS-5.2)  Formula V = D/t
3. (PS-5.3)  Changes In Velocity Acceleration
4. (PS-5.4)  Determine Acceleration
5. (PS-5.5)  Gravity Affects Velocity
6. (PS-5.6)  Linear Distance Time Graphs
7. (PS-5.7)  Three Laws Of Motion
8. (PS-5.8)  Formula F = Ma
9. (PS-5.9)  Formula FW = Mag
10. (PS-5.10)  Gravitation Mass Distance
Physics: Energy Conservation and Transformation
1. (PS-6.1)  Conservation Of Energy
2. (PS-6.2)  Kinetic Potential Energy
3. (PS-6.3)  Force Work Displacement Energy
4. (PS-6.4)  Formula W = Fd
5. (PS-6.5)  Static Electric Charge
6. (PS-6.6)  Ohmís Law
7. (PS-6.7)  Formula V = IR
8. (PS-6.8)  Electric Circuit Diagram
9. (PS-6.9)  Simple Series Parallel Circuits
10. (PS-6.10)  Alternating Current (AC) Direct Current (DC)
11. (PS-6.11)  Magnetism Movement Electric Charges
Physics: Mechanical and Electromagnetic Waves
1. (PS-7.1)  Energy Of Waves
2. (PS-7.2)  Mechanical Waves
3. (PS-7.3)  Waves Characteristics
4. (PS-7.4)  Velocity Of Wave
5. (PS-7.5)  Electromagnetic Spectrum
6. (PS-7.6)  Sound/light Wave Reflection Interference
7. (PS-7.7)  Doppler Effect