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- Available Lessons: 143
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Course SummaryIt's easy to prepare for the TExES Chemistry 7-12 exam when you use this engaging practice course. Our fun lessons and self-assessment options help you go over all the topics you'll need to know and ensure you're ready to excel on test day.
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About this Course
This entertaining course is designed to enhance your understanding of chemistry topics you could see on the TExES Chemistry 7-12 exam. To prepare for this Texas educator certification exam, explore bite-sized lessons anytime via your computer or mobile device of choice and boost your knowledge of matter, chemical notation, equilibrium and much more. Short quizzes and practice exams are available to quickly and effectively gauge and confirm your understanding of key concepts.
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Syllabus & Course Information
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the topics you should be familiar with when taking the TExES Chemistry 7-12 exam. In addition to getting reacquainted with the properties of gas, chemical kinetics and nuclear chemistry, you will have the knowledge to do the following:
- Explain uses of scientific research and experimental design and list types of laboratory equipment and safety techniques
- Describe the properties of matter, states of matter and methods of separating mixtures
- Define the atom and describe the atomic structure and characteristics
- Identify and discuss various properties of ionic and covalent bonds
- Discuss chemical reactions, stoichiometry, mole-to-mole ratios and hydrates
- List and describe different types and properties of solutions
- Share the definition of energy and explain the laws of thermodynamics
- Provide in-depth explanations of acids, bases and chemical reactions
- Describe LeChatelier's principle, how to use a RICE table, acid-base buffers and the common ion effect
- Outline strategies for teaching and assessing scientific inquiry
In this course are 13 chapters and 130 bite-sized lessons you can explore to get quick refreshers of key exam concepts. Study these lessons at the pace that works for you, and visit as many times as you'd like to feel confident in your knowledge. Multiple-choice quizzes, broader chapter exams and a final course exam confirm your understanding of the lessons. These self-assessment options also let you practice answering questions similarly formatted to those you'll see on the exam. Any questions that arise during your studies can be submitted to our subject-matter experts via the Dashboard.
TExES Chemistry 7-12 Exam Information
The TExES Chemistry 7-12 exam is used to assess educators' knowledge and measure their readiness to teach chemistry to middle and high school students.
- Number of Questions: 100 questions
- Question Type: Multiple choice
- Time Limit: 5 hours
- Exam Cost: $131
TExES Chemistry 7-12 Exam Breakdown
|Exam Concept||Percent of the Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Scientific Inquiry and Processes||24%||24 questions||19 lessons|
|Matter and Energy||41%||41 questions||68 lessons|
|Chemical Reactions||23%||23 questions||31 lessons|
|Science Learning, Instruction and Assessment||12%||12 questions||12 lessons|
TExES Chemistry 7-12 Exam Preparation & Registration
This study guide is meant to help you review topics you will be tested on when taking the TExES Chemistry exam. The short video lessons could serve as a review of what you might already know or introduce you to new concepts. The lessons provide simple yet detailed information about chemistry laws and theories. You'll learn about atoms, ions, chemical reactions, solubility, dissolution, thermodynamics and equilibrium. Self-assessment quizzes at the end of each lesson are presented in the same multiple-choice format as you'll find on the actual exam.
Find a list of testing dates and centers on the TExES website. Once you have created a testing account, you can register for the TExES exam online, by phone or by mail. Bring your printed admission ticket as well as any required identification to the testing center on the day of the exam.
Scoring the TExES Chemistry 7-12 Exam
You can find the results of your exam through your online testing account. You will need to score at least a 240 to pass the TExES Chemistry exam. The tests consists of 100 multiple-choice questions divided among four content domains, and you'll have five hours to complete the entire exam is.
Scientific Inquiry and Processes
Total questions: approximately 24
Exam topics covered: laboratory safety, science classroom activities, science lab technologies, scientific inquiry processes and the history of science.
What you'll study: The chapters in this course cover such diverse topics as handling laboratory solutions, how to conduct scientific research, science ethics, measurement systems, laboratory equipment and general science concepts and systems.
Matter and Energy
Total questions: approximately 41
Exam topics covered: characteristics of matter and atoms, properties of gases, chemical bonding, types of solutions, using chemical equations and thermodynamics.
What you'll study: The topics addressed in the chapters of this course include laws pertaining to gases, atomic structures, heat and energy; making calculations using chemical equations; types of chemical bonds; and the properties of matter.
Total questions: approximately 23
Exam topics covered: chemical kinetics, acids and bases, oxidation and reduction processes, radioactivity and nuclear reactions.
What you'll study: You can use the chapters in this course to learn about electrochemistry, calculating the pH of solutions, nuclear fusion and fission, oxidation-reduction reactions and chemical equilibrium.
Science Learning, Instruction and Assessment
Total questions: approximately 12
Exam topics covered: science teaching strategies, classroom management, science inquiry methods and student assessment techniques.
What you'll study: Using the chapters in this course, you will have the opportunity to learn about scientific inquiry development, the role of the science teacher, curriculum evaluation, classroom diversity and methods for keeping students engaged and motivated.
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