Ch 14: ORELA General Science: The Mole Concept

About This Chapter

Let our instructors teach you how to use Avogadro's law to calculate gas volume. The lessons in this chapter cover the essentials of the mole concept to help you get ready for related questions on the ORELA General Science exam.

ORELA General Science: The Mole Concept - Chapter Summary

If you want a fast and flexible method to review The Mole Concept before taking the ORELA General Science exam, you can use our short and comprehensive video lessons. These lessons offer a quick way to refresh yourself on methods you'll need to answer questions on the exam, including:

  • Using Avogadro's number to count atoms
  • Calculating the quantity or volume of a gas
  • Applying the formula for molar mass

These brief lessons take about 5-10 minutes to watch and are a convenient study method, since you can spend time with them from any location and on the go with your mobile device. You can review the lessons as often as you need and use the self assessment quizzes as a means of self-assessment. Also, our expert instructors are on hand to answer any question you might have.

Objectives of the ORELA General Science: The Mole Concept Chapter

Aspiring science teachers in Oregon will need to pass the ORELA General Science exam before becoming licensed. This exam gauges your comprehension of the nature of science, physical and life science and Earth and space science in a multiple-choice, computer-based format. Questions about the mole concept will appear in the physical science domain, which is where the majority of questions are found. Reduce your stress level on test day by getting familiar with the format of the exam's questions before you take it. You can do this by using our self-assessment quizzes that are linked to each lesson. These quizzes use the same format as the questions found on the exam.

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