The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) II Subject test for Chemistry is an exam is administered by the College Board each year to high school students. Students are to demonstrate an elevated proficiency with basic concepts of Chemistry, including analysis of data, the Periodic Table, scientific notation, and problem-solving using algebraic equations. The College Board administers the exam in October, November, December, January, May, and June each year.
Students have one hour to complete 85 multiple-choice questions, and can receive a score between 200 and 800 points. It is taken in paper form, and while calculators are not permitted on the exam, a copy of the Period Table of elements is provided.
Check out DynamicPath.com for 50 more free SAT Chemistry practice test questions and to study hundreds more on the go with the Dynamic Path app.
Disclaimer: This content is provided for informational purposes only. It has not been edited, fact checked or updated. This content is neither affiliated nor endorsed by The College Board or any other official agency. These questions were written by a third party test prep company and licensed by PracticeQuiz for use on this site. Please use at your own discretion.