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Dr. Uma Sharma's teaching style is customized for each student's requirements. Here are some key features from her study packages.

  • Gain clear understanding of basics of topics so that complete comprehension is achieved.

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About SAT Chemistry Exam

The Chemistry Subject Test assesses student's understanding of the major concepts of chemistry and their ability to apply these principles to solve specific problems. If you’re interested in studying science or engineering in college, taking the Chemistry Subject Test can help you demonstrate your interests and showcase your strengths in the subject.

SAT Chemistry Grades

The SAT grading system has a raw score and a scaled score. The Raw score is determined as 1 mark per question currectly answered. Penalties in terms of negative marks are added to discourage guessing. The raw score of the exam is then rounded off, and then scaled to a score between 200-800 points, which are used as the final score.

SAT Grades Definition
700-800 Extremely Well Qualified
600-700 Well Qualified
500-600 Qualified
400-500 Possibly Qualified
200-400 No Recommendation

SAT Exam Calculator Policy

Calculators are NOT permitted in SAT Chemistry Exam as the problem solving requires simple numerical calculations

The Exam

The SAT Chemistry exam runs for 60 minutes and has 3 sections. These sections are not time bound. There are a total of 85 Multiple Choice Questions. All questions have a Raw score of 1 for every correct answer and a deduction of -1/4 for every incorrect answer.

Section I - Questions 1-23 are classification questions

Total weightage : 27%

Standard MCQ questions based on concepts and knowledge of chemistry. Will also contain numerical/ calculative questions

Section II Questions 110-115 are Relationship Analysis Questions

Total weightage : 17%

The student will compare two statements to determine the true statement. If bothe statements are true, Then the relation between the two has to be explained.

Section III Questions 24-70 are multiple choice questions

Total weightage : 17%

The student will be tested on the basis of his/her understanding of the major concepts of chemistry and the ability to apply principles to solve specific problems

SAT Chemistry Exam Syllabus

1.1 Atomic Structure—What We Know Today

1.2 Nuclear Reactions

1.3 Half lives

1.4 The Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom

1.5 Electron Configurations

1.6 The Periodic Table and Periodic Properties

1.7 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

1.8 Molecular Shape

1.9 Valence Bond Theory

2.1 Intra and Intermolecular Forces

2.2 Solids

2.3 Liquids

2.4 Gases

2.5 Phase Changes

2.6 The Gas Laws

2.7 Boyle's Law

2.8 Charles' Law

2.9 Avogadro's Law

2.10 The Ideal Gas Law

2.11 Density of Gases

2.12 Dalton's Laws of Partial Pressures

2.13 Graham's Law of Diffusion and Effusion

2.14 Solutions

3.1 Balancing Chemical Equations

3.2 Types of Chemical Reactions

3.3 Net Ionic Equations

3.4 The Chemistry of Acids and Bases

3.5 Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs

3.6 Acid–Base Reactions: Neutralization Reactions

3.7 Redox and Electrochemistry

4.1 The Mole

4.2 Percent Composition of Compounds

4.3 More Complex Stoichiometric Calculations

4.4 Limiting Reagents

4.5 Chemical Yields

5.1 Enthalpy

5.2 Spontaneous Reactions

5.3 Heat Capacity and Specific Heat

5.4 Enthalpies of Reactions

5.5 Hess’s Law

5.6 More About Entropy

5.7 Gibb’s Free Energy

6.1 Energy Diagrams

6.2 Equilibrium

6.3 Le Chatelier’s Principle

7.1 Organic Chemistry

7.2 Chemistry of Some Common Substances

7.3 Environmental Chemistry

8.1 Rules for Basic Laboratory Safety

8.2 Common Laboratory Equipment

8.3 Some Common Lab Techniques

8.4 Common Experiments

9.1 Formula Writing ≈25%

9.2 Structure of matter ≈20%

9.3 Recall of knowledge ≈15%

9.4 States of matter ≈45%

9.5 Application of knowledge ≈14%

9.6 Reaction types≈35%

9.7 Synthesis of knowledge ≈12%

9.8 Stoichiometry ≈7%

9.9 Equilibrium and reaction rates ≈6%

9.10 Thermodynamics ≈13%

9.11 Descriptive chemistry ≈8%

9.12 Laboratory

10.1 Formula Writing ≈25%

10.2 Structure of matter ≈20%

10.3 Recall of knowledge ≈15%

10.4 States of matter ≈45%

10.5 Application of knowledge ≈14%

10.6 Reaction types≈35%

10.7 Synthesis of knowledge ≈12%

10.8 Stoichiometry ≈7%

10.9 Equilibrium and reaction rates ≈6%

10.10 Thermodynamics ≈13%

10.11 Descriptive chemistry ≈8%

10.12 Laboratory