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SATII Physics (Free PDF)

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The SAT II Subject Tests are created and administered by the College Board and the Educational Testing Service (ETS), the two organizations responsible for producing the dreaded SAT I (which most people call the SAT). The SAT II Subject Tests were created to act as complements to the SAT I. Whereas the SAT I tests your critical thinking skills by asking math and verbal questions, the SAT II Subject Tests examine your knowledge of a particular subject, such as Writing, U.S. History, Physics, or Biology. The SAT I takes three hours; the Subject Tests take only one hour.

In our opinion, the SAT II Subject Tests are better tests than the SAT I because they cover a definitive topic rather than ambiguous critical thinking skills that are difficult to define. However, just because the SAT II Subject Tests do a better job of testing your knowledge of a useful subject doesn’t mean the tests are necessarily easier or demand less studying. A “better” test isn’t necessarily better for you in terms of how easy it will be.

1.0 Introduction to the SAT II
2.0 Introduction to SAT II Physics
3.0 Strategies for Taking SAT II Physics
SAT II Physics Review
4.0 Vectors
5.0 Kinematics
6.0 Dynamics
7.0 Work, Energy, and Power
8.0 Special Problems in Mechanics
9.0 Linear Momentum
10.0 Rotational Motion
11.0 Circular Motion and Gravitation
12.0 Thermal Physics
13.0 Electric Forces, Fields, and Potential
14.0 DC Circuits
15.0 Magnetism
16.0 Electromagnetic Induction
17.0 Waves
18.0 Optics
19.0 Modern Physics
20.0 Physics Glossary
Practice Tests
21.0 Practice Tests Are Your Best Friends

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