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About the SAT Physics Exam  
About the Exam

SAT Physics is a multiple choice physics exam of one hour duration pitched at easy-medium level.

Duration: 1hr 

Number of questions: 75 

The SAT Physics Test is divided into two parts, part A and part B as follows:

Part A:

  • First 12 or 13 questions.
  • 4 groups of 2 to 4 questions each.
  • The questions within any one group all relate to a single situation.
  • 5 possible answer choices are given before the question.
  • An answer choice can be used once, more than once, or not at all in each group.

Part B:

  • Last 62 or 63 questions
  • Each question has 5 possible answer choice with 1 correct answer
  • Some questions may be in groups of 2 or 3

S. No




1 Mechanics Kinematics, Dynamics, Energy and Momentum, Circular Motion and Rotation, Vibration and Simple Harmonic Motion, Gravity 35%
2 Thermal Physics Temperature and Heat, Kinetic Theory, Thermodynamics 10 %
3 Electricity and Magnetism Electric Fields, Forces Potentials, Magnetic Fields and Forces, Electric Circuit, Electromagnetic Induction 25%
4 Waves General Wave Properties, Doppler Effect, Reflection and Refraction, Interference, Diffraction, Polarization, Ray Optics 20%
5 Modern Physics Quantum Phenomena, Atoms, Nuclear Physics, Relativity, Contemporary Physics 10%

Use of Calculators

Calculators are not permitted for the exam.

Study Packages

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<p><strong>Diagnostic Test</strong>. The students are first put through a diagnostic test to assess their strengths and areas where they may need greater emphasis.</p>

Study Topics .The study topics which are covered in the SAT Physics exam have been given out below.

SAT Physics Syllabus
1.  Vectors
1.1 What’s a vector?
Vector addition
1.3 Vector subtraction
1.4 Multiplication by a scalar
1.5 Vector components
1.6 Vector multiplication

2.   Kinematics

2.1 Displacement
2.2 Speed, velocity, and acceleration
2.3 Kinematics with graphs
2.4 One-dimensional motion with uniform acceleration
2.5 Two-dimensional motion with uniform acceleration

3 .   Dynamics

3.1 What are forces?
3.2 Newton’s laws
3.3 Problem solving with Newton’s laws
3.4 Types of forces

4.   Work, Energy, and Power

4.1 Work
4.2 Energy
4.3 Forms of energy
4.4 Power

5.   Special Problems in Mechanics

5.1 The three-step approach to problem solving
5.2 Pulleys
5.3 Inclined planes
5.4 Springs
5.5 Pendulums

6.   Linear Momentum

6.1 What is linear momentum?
6.2 Impulse
6.3 Conservation of momentum
6.4 Collisions
6.5 Center of mass

7.   Rotational Motion

7.1 Important definitions
7.2 Rotational kinematics
7.3 Frequency and period
7.4 Rotational dynamics
7.5 Kinetic energy
7.6 Angular momentum

8.   Circular Motion and Gravitation

8.1 Uniform circular motion
8.2 Newton’s law of universal gravitation
8.3 Gravitational potential energy
8.4 Weightlessness
8.5 Kepler’s laws
9.   Thermal Physics
9.1 Heat and temperature
9.2 The kinetic theory of gases & the ideal gas law
9.3 The laws of thermodynamics
9.4 Heat engines

10.   Electric forces, fields, and potential

10.1 Electric charge
10.2 Electric force
10.3 Electric field
10.4 Electric potential
10.5 Conductors and insulators

11.   DC circuits

11.1 Voltage
11.2 Current
11.3 Resistance
11.4 Energy, power, and heat
11.5 Circuits
11.6 Capacitors

12.   Magnetism

12.1 Permanent magnets
12.2 Magnetic force on charges
12.3 Magnetic force on current-carrying wires
12.4 The magnetic field due to a current

13.   Electromagnetic Induction

13.1 Motional emf
13.2 Faraday’s law
13.3 Applications

14.    Waves

14.1 Periodic motion
14.2 Wave motion
14.3 Transverse waves and longitudinal waves
14.4 Superposition
14.5 Standing waves and resonance
14.6 The doppler effect

15.   Optics

15.1 The electromagnetic spectrum
15.2 Classical optics
15.3 Optical instruments
15.4 Wave optics

16.   Modern Physics

16.1 Relativity
16.2 The discovery of the atom
16.3 Quantum physics
16.4 Nuclear physics