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What is the SAT Physics Subject Test?
The SAT Physics Subject Test is an optional standardized entrance exam students take during high school in order to apply to their desired college program.
Students are not allowed to use a calculator or a formula sheet during this standardized exam, and must perform all of the mathematical concepts mentally.
Although there is no high school class given that is specific for preparing students for the SAT Physics Subject Test, it is highly recommended that students master an introductory college-level Physics course that provides laboratory hours, such as AP Physics 1 or the equivalent. It is also recommended that students perform well at Algebra and Trigonometry, as students need to analyze and prepare simple algebraic and trigonometric expressions mentally when presented with word problems on the exam.
The SAT Physics Subject Test is used throughout the world so that students, no matter the country, can apply and be accepted to a specific college major at their desired college or university. As a result, the SAT Physics Subject Test uses the metric system and not the English system of units that is predominantly seen in the United States.
The SAT Physics Subject Test contains:
- 75 multiple-choice questions which need to be completed in 1-hour.
- Each multiple-choice question will have 5 options to choose from.
- Partial credit will be given for all incorrect answers.
Topics on the SAT Physics Subject Test Exam include:
Dynamics & Energy
Electricity & Magnetism
Kinematics & Momentum
Optics & Waves
Simple Harmonic Motion
How is the SAT Physics Subject Test scored?
The SAT Physics Subject Test is scored as follows:
- 1 point received for every correct answer
- 1/4 point received for every incorrect answer
- 0 points received for all unanswered questions
The sum total of these points equals a student’s composite score, which is translated to a scoring system that ranges from 200-800. Every year the average score for the SAT Physics Subject Test varies; in 2016, the average score was a 667.
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