Ch 35: Michigan Merit Exam: Chemical Changes

About This Chapter

Our study chapter on chemical changes was designed to help you on the chemistry portions of the Michigan Merit Exam. The easy-to-use video lesson format is ideal to help you maximize your subject matter comprehension and retention for test day.

Michigan Merit Exam: Chemical Changes - Chapter Summary

Explore what is happening as matter changes in different ways. The experienced instructors will take you to the heart of chemical changes with these lesson topics:

  • Chemical reactions
  • Chemical equations
  • States of matter
  • Chemical changes to matter
  • Physical changes to matter
  • Properties of water
  • Changing phases of matter

The brief video lessons are designed to be watched as many times as necessary to enhance comprehension. In addition to this, you can use the written transcript of the lesson and the interactive video timeline to review any topics you want to. The teacher is available to answer any questions you may have under the teacher tab, and the lesson quizzes and practice exams are there to ensure lesson retention for test day.

Michigan Merit Exam: Chemical Changes Objectives

The Michigan Merit Exam is given every spring by the Michigan Department of Education to test the academic development of 11th-grade students in the state. The exam is actually three tests given over an 8-week testing window: The ACT Plus Writing, three sections of the ACT WorkKeys exam, and the in-house M-Step exam. The computer-based M-Step and the Paper-based ACT both have science sections that test on chemistry topics. The ACT science session is timed at 35 minutes and has 40 multiple choice questions. The M-Step isn't formally timed but has an estimated length of 50 minutes.

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