Science Skills & Practices
Access our collection of practice problems designed to help students learn and master the fundamentals of chemistry and physics skills. The science skills and practice collection includes thousands of practice problems, step-by-step explanations, video walkthroughs, games and activities, self-assessment quizzes, and proctored exams, among many other useful resources.
The chemistry resources have been designed to help students learn and master fundamental high school chemistry skills, including practice problems related to mass, volume, and density, substances and solutions, reaction and solution stoichiometry, buffers and weak acids, and equilibrium. Similarly, the AP chemistry resources are also designed to help students learn and master the fundamental high school chemistry skills, including practice problems related to argumentation, valence electrons and ionic compounds, the structure of ionic solids, metals and alloys, properties of solids, kinetic-molecular theory, spectroscopy, the electromagnetic spectrum, the photoelectric effect, and physical and chemical changes. The chemistry skills practice resources include materials that have been aligned with Texas and Florida school's state chemistry standards.
Skills in physics are also a part of our collection of science skills and practices specially designed for high school students. In the high school physics resources, students will find resources related to nuclear and atomic physics, diffraction and polarization, light and optics, magnetism, electric current and circuits, static electricity, thermodynamics and engines, sounds, waves, heat and thermal physics, forces, and rotational motions.
The AP physics resources have been divided into various categories, including Physics 1, Physics 2, Psychics C: E&M, and Physics C: Mechanics. Physics 1 includes topics such as kinematics, dynamics, circular motion and gravitation, energy, simple harmonic motion, momentum, torque, and rotational motion. Physics 2 includes fluids, thermodynamics, electric force, electric circuits, magnetism, and electromagnetic induction. AP Physics C: E&M skills resources include electrostatics, conductors, capacitors, dielectrics, electric circuits, magnetic fields, and electromagnetism. Lastly, AP Physics C: Mechanics skills resources include Newton's laws and forces, work, energy, and power, particles and linear momentum, rotations and oscillations, and gravitation. With these practice problems and resources, students will master the sciences.