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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1The Periodic Table: Properties of Groups and Periods
Course SummaryEnhance your understanding of several chemistry concepts--such as metabolic biochemistry, chemical reactions and compounds--using this extensive study guide. This course is designed to fully prepare you for the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) Chemistry Test II exam.
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About This Course
You will find lessons addressing a variety of chemistry topics in this comprehensive course, including equilibrium and reaction rates. Review details about element properties, macromolecules, acids and bases, and much more. All of the topics discussed in this guide can be found on the GACE Chemistry Test II exam. Once you finish this course, you should have a better understanding of the following:
- Groups and periods of the periodic table
- Organic molecules, DNA and proteins
- Cellular respiration, photosynthesis and other metabolic biochemistry concepts
- Chemical equilibrium
- Types of chemical reactions
- Rate laws and catalysts
About the Exam
In Georgia, aspiring middle and high school chemistry teachers must take the GACE Chemistry exam to determine their readiness to teach this subject at these grade levels. Test II is the second of this two-part computer-administered exam, containing 60 selected-response questions in two subareas: Periodicity and Chemical Reactions; and Solutions and Solubility. The Periodicity subarea accounts for 52% of the exam and the Solutions and Solubility subarea is equal to 48%. Candidates are allotted two hours to answer all test questions and must earn a score of 220 to pass this exam.
GACE Chemistry Test II Exam Preparation & Registration
There is no quicker or more convenient way to prepare for the GACE Chemistry Test II exam than by using this accessible study guide. Lessons are available on all devices 24/7, making it easy to create a flexible study schedule. You will have the opportunity to learn more about electrons, lipids, biochemical cycles, reaction mechanisms and colloids. You have the option to print out lesson transcripts for reference purposes if needed. Get expert instruction for each topic and reach out to instructors with any questions using a contact form. Use self-assessment lesson quizzes and chapter exams to see if you are ready to sit for the GACE Chemistry Test II exam.
Access the Georgia Professional Standards Commission website and create an account to begin the GACE registration process. Click on 'Reason for Testing' and obtain a Georgia certification ID number. This number is needed to create a GACE testing account on the Educational Testing Service (ETS) website. Then you can register online or by phone; in either format, you can pay exam fees via debit or credit card, e-check or PayPal.
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