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Ch 64: NMTA Social Science: Weather & Storms

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Let us assist you in reviewing information on weather, climate and the atmosphere as you prepare for the NMTA Social Science exam. Our video lessons and self-assessment quizzes may help you correctly answer these types of test questions.

NMTA Social Science: Weather & Storms - Chapter Summary

This chapter's lessons can help you brush up on weather facts, including the difference in weather and climate and the influence of air masses, as you study for the NMTA Social Science exam. These video look at information on weather and storms that will help you with these types of questions on the exam:

  • Effects of weather and climate
  • General circulation of the atmosphere
  • Types of air masses and their impact on the weather
  • How hurricanes form

Our instructors simplify these concepts in their video lessons, and they know what the test requires. Each lesson comes with a full written transcript filled with key terms to help you study. If you have any questions, instructors are here to help!

NMTA Social Science: Weather & Storms - Chapter Objectives

Everyone who needs certification to teach social science in New Mexico must pass this exam. The topics covered in the Weather and Storms chapter are in the test's section on geography and culture. This section accounts for 19% of the test's scoring.

All questions on the NMTA Social Science test are multiple-choice, and the test is computer-based. The quizzes that follow each of our video lessons offer practice in taking tests in this format and also allow you to assess your knowledge.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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