New Mexico 8th Grade Science (STEM Ready!) Practice

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Engineering Design12%
Earth and Human Activity16%
Biological Evolution: Unity and Diversity24%
Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions12%
Matter and its Interactions4%
Energy20%
Waves and Their Applications in Technology and Information Transfer12%
  • Questions: 1,304
  • Two-Part Items: 52
  • Vocabulary Terms: 230
  • Performance Tasks: 118
  • Instructional Videos: 70

Test Standards

Engineering Design
1. (MS-ETS1-1)  Criteria And Constraints Of A Design Problem
2. (MS-ETS1-2)  Evaluate Design Solutions
3. (MS-ETS1-3)  Compare/Contrast Design Solutions
4. (MS-ETS1-4)  Develop Models To Test Solutions
Earth and Human Activity
1. (MS-ESS3-2 )  Natural Hazard Data
2. (MS-ESS3-3 )  Human Impact On Environment
3. (MS-ESS3-3 NM)  New Mexico Industry And Energy
4. (MS-ESS3-4 )  Human Population And Natural Resources
Biological Evolution: Unity and Diversity
1. (MS-LS4-1)  Fossil Record
2. (MS-LS4-2 )  Anatomical Similarities
3. (MS-LS4-3)  Embryology
4. (MS-LS4-4)  Genetic Variations And Surviving
5. (MS-LS4-5)  Desired Traits
6. (MS-LS4-6 )  Natural Selection And Genes
Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions
1. (MS-PS2-1)  Newton's Third Law
2. (MS-PS2-2)  Balanced And Unbalanced Forces
3. (MS-PS2-4)  Gravitational Interactions
Matter and its Interactions
1. (MS-PS1-1)  Atomic Models
Energy
1. (MS-PS3-1)  Kinetic Energy
2. (MS-PS3-2)  Potential Energy
3. (MS-PS3-3)  Thermal Energy Transfer
4. (MS-PS3-4)  Average Kinetic Energy And Temperature
5. (MS-PS3-5)  Changes In Kinetic Energy
Waves and Their Applications in Technology and Information Transfer
1. (MS-PS4-1 )  Model Of Waves
2. (MS-PS4-2)  Reflection, Absorbtion, And Transmission
3. (MS-PS4-3 )  Digital Vs. Analog