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About This Course
Build your confidence before sitting for the GACE Chemistry Test I by utilizing the test prep resources included in this mobile-friendly course. The lessons are short and coherent, making even the toughest topics perceivable. Expert instructors have created these materials, so you'll know you're studying the most accurate information. All of our resources are accessible 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer to make the test prep process go smoothly for you. When you study this course, you'll review the following topics:
- The nature and history of science
- Scientific inquiry procedures and principles
- Chemistry in the environment and daily life
- Energy production
- Measurement in science
- Hazards, equipment and safety procedures in the chemistry lab
- Matter, forms of energy and conservation
- Gas laws and nuclear processes
- Atomic theory and the atom
- The laws of thermodynamics, plus thermochemistry
- Properties of solids and liquids
- Inorganic chemistry and an overview of stoichiometry
- Chemical bonds
About the Exam
The GACE Chemistry Test is made up of two portions, Test I and Test II, and is used to assess the chemistry knowledge of secondary teaching candidates in the state of Georgia. Both parts of the test may be taken at the same time or individually if you prefer. You'll be given two hours to complete Test I, which is made up of 60 multiple-choice questions. This computer-administered exam covers scientific inquiry, matter, energy and nomenclature, chemical composition and bonding.
GACE Chemistry Test I Preparation & Registration
The resources you'll find in this course make it easy for you to prepare for the GACE Chemistry Test I whenever time permits. Review these lessons to absorb information about energy production, forms of energy, chemistry in daily life and safety measures in the chemistry lab. Along the way, the lesson quizzes and chapter tests help to keep you on track. Your questions can be forwarded to one of our instructors through the Dashboard.
GACE exams are offered during specific time periods throughout the year at test centers in Georgia, selected states and worldwide. Registration for the GACE Chemistry Test I may be completed online or by phone. In order to sit for a specified exam, registration must have been completed at least two full days prior to the date of the test. On the day of the exam, candidates are asked to arrive at the testing center 30 minutes before the scheduled test time with an admissions ticket and a valid form of government-issued photo ID that matches the name used to register for the exam.
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