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Test Standards

  1. (1.1.a) Data and graphs
  2. (1.1.b) Analyze forces
  3. (1.1.c) Force pairs
  4. (1.1.d) Apply law of gravitation
  5. (1.1.e) Limitations of Newton's laws
  6. (1.2.a) Current atom model
  7. (1.2.b) Chemical and physical properties
  8. (1.2.c) Periodic table position
  9. (1.2.d) Types of matter
  10. (1.3.a) Chemical equations
  11. (1.3.b) Reactants and products
  12. (1.3.c) Amount of products
  13. (1.3.d) Conservation of mass & energy
  14. (1.4.a) Chemical bonding
  15. (1.4.b) Properties of compounds
  16. (1.4.c) Ionic, polar, covalent
  17. (1.4.d) Electrons and bonding
  18. (1.4.e) Periodic table and bonding
  19. (1.5.a) Potential and kinetic
  20. (1.5.b) Quantify energy
  21. (1.5.c) Predict energy types
  22. (1.5.d) Energy forms and amounts
  23. (1.6.a) Conservation of energy
  24. (1.6.b) Efficiency
  25. (1.6.c) Energy transformations
  26. (1.6.d) Waves and their energy
  27. (1.6.e) Energy conservation and loss
  1. (2.1.a) Trophic levels
  2. (2.1.b) Ecology and diet
  3. (2.1.c) Ecosystem experiments
  4. (2.1.d) Matter and energy in ecosystems
  5. (2.1.e) Matter and energy in life processes
  6. (2.1.f) Cycles
  7. (2.1.g) Simulations
  8. (2.2.a) Species in ecosystems
  9. (2.2.b) Communities and succession
  10. (2.2.c) Human population growth
  11. (2.2.d) Ecosystem interactions
  12. (2.3.a) Biomolecules
  13. (2.3.b) Biomolecular chemistry
  14. (2.3.c) Enzyme activity
  15. (2.3.d) Enzyme function
  16. (2.3.e) Data on biomolecules
  17. (2.4.a) Optimal photosynthesis
  18. (2.4.b) Interdependence
  19. (2.4.c) ATP synthesis and use
  20. (2.5.a) Cell transport
  21. (2.5.b) Osmosis in aquatic settings
  22. (2.5.c) Receptor proteins
  23. (2.5.d) Passive/active transport
  24. (2.5.e) Simulations
  25. (2.6.a) Body systems and health
  26. (2.6.b) Homeostasis and feedback
  27. (2.6.c) Causation and correlation
  28. (2.6.d) Simulations
  29. (2.7.a) Genes
  30. (2.7.b) DNA processes
  31. (2.7.c) Protein functions
  32. (2.7.d) Effects of meiosis
  33. (2.7.e) Mutations
  34. (2.8.a) Specialized tissues
  35. (2.8.b) DNA
  36. (2.8.c) Cloning
  37. (2.8.d) Carcinogens
  38. (2.9.a) Common ancestors
  39. (2.9.b) Lines of evidence
  40. (2.9.c) Speciation
  41. (2.9.d) Natural selection
  42. (2.9.e) Model divergence
  1. (3.1.a) Earth's history
  2. (3.1.b) Direct and indirect evidence
  3. (3.1.c) History of the universe
  4. (3.1.d) Use resources
  5. (3.1.e) Evaluate sources
  6. (3.2.a) Extraterrestrial forces
  7. (3.2.b) Analyze data
  8. (3.2.c) Identify assumptions
  9. (3.2.d) Explore the universe
  10. (3.3.a) Plate tectonics
  11. (3.3.b) Data on plate tectonics
  12. (3.3.c) Long-term changes
  13. (3.3.d) New interpretations and technologies
  14. (3.4.a) Climate and energy transfer
  15. (3.4.b) Climate data
  16. (3.4.c) Factors in climate
  17. (3.4.d) Climate mechanisms
  18. (3.4.e) Climate change
  19. (3.4.f) Interpret evidence
  20. (3.5.a) Resources
  21. (3.5.b) Impacts of resource use
  22. (3.5.c) Reduce environmental impact
  23. (3.5.d) Sustainability
  24. (3.6.a) Surface activity
  25. (3.6.b) Changes from surface activity
  26. (3.6.c) Consequences of geosphere changes
  27. (3.6.d) Use data
  28. (3.7.a) Natural hazards
  29. (3.7.b) Data on natural hazards
  30. (3.7.c) Predict and conclude

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