(PRWEB) March 11, 2013
PracticeQuiz.com continues to expand its free academic exam preparation offerings. Today, the less than year old free test preparation website announced that it has added a new question set for the AP Chemistry Exam.
"We are very excited to be able to add AP Chem to our academic test prep offerings," remarks Ted Chan, founder of PracticeQuiz.com, "AP exams are so valuable for college admissions that we believe it important to provide resources so that every high school student can succeed.”
The Advanced Placement Chemistry Exam covers the material found on an college-level introductory college chemistry course. The AP Exams are taken in high school and a high score on an AP exam are usually accepted by colleges for the credit equivalent or pre-requisites for advanced college courses.
The AP Chem exam has two sections, the first of which consists of 75 multiple-choice questions and the second of which contains six constructed-response questions. Students have 90 minutes for the multiple-choice section. Calculators are not permitted on the multiple-choice section. Calculators are allowed for the first three questions of the constructed-response section (Part A, 55 minutes) and an equation table is permitted for both sections of the constructed response section (Part B, 40 questions).
The topics covered in the AP Chemistry course and exam are:
Structure of Matter
States of Matter
PracticeQuiz.com has added 58 review questions for the AP Chemistry Exam. Each practice question is originally written to simulate the exam format and is paired with an explanatory answer to help the user expand their academic knowledge and provide test takers with a gist of what exam content to expect on test day.
PracticeQuiz.com is an online test preparation enterprise based in Boston. The website's social mission is to increase access to education by providing high-quality test preparation content for free. The website now boasts more than 80 free practice exams, with more expansion in the near future. Tests include certification exams, high school and college qualifications, teaching exams, and medical tests.
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