CLEP Chemistry Exam
CLEP Chemistry Examination Description
The Chemistry examination covers material that is typically taught in a one-year school course when all is said in done science. Comprehension of the structure and conditions of matter, response sorts, mathematical statements and stoichiometry, balance, energy, thermodynamics, and engaging and trial science is needed, just like the capacity to decipher and apply this material to new and new issues. Amid this examination, an online investigative mini-computer capacity and an intermittent table are accessible as a component of the testing programming.
The examination contains more or less 75 inquiries to be replied in an hour and a half. Some of these are pretest inquiries that won't be scored. At whatever time spent on instructional exercises and giving individual data is notwithstanding the genuine testing time.
Knowledge and Skills Required for Taking CLEP Chemistry Examination
Questions on the Chemistry examination require candidates to demonstrate one or more of the following abilities.
• Application - understand concepts and reformulate information into other equivalent terms; apply knowledge to unfamiliar and/or practical situations; use mathematics to solve chemistry problems.
• Interpretation - infer and deduce from data available and integrate information to form conclusions; recognize unstated assumptions
• Recall - remember specific facts; demonstrate straightforward knowledge of information and familiarity with terminology
The subject matter of the Chemistry examination is drawn from the following topics. The percentages next to the main topics indicate the approximate percentage of exam questions on that topic.
A scientific (nongraphing) calculator is integrated into the exam software, and it is available to students during the entire testing time. Students are expected to know how and when to make appropriate use of the calculator. The scientific calculator for the iBT versions of the CLEP exams, together with a brief video tutorial, is available to students as a free download for a 30-day trial period. Students and encouraged to download the calculator and become familiar with its functionality prior to taking the exam.