Whether you’re taking your first chemistry course, you’re taking your last chemistry course, or you just need a little practice before taking a test that contains chemistry questions (like a nursing, pre-med, or teacher certification test), doing problems is a fine way to prepare.
The 1,001 practice questions in this book cover topics that you might encounter in a high school chemistry course, an introductory college chemistry course, the first semester of a general chemistry course for science majors, or a general science test for entry into a pre-professional program. The types of questions here are similar to the ones you may see on homework assignments, quizzes, practice tests, or actual tests.
You can start at Question 1 or Question 121 or skip around. You may find that your instructor (or textbook) covers topics in a different order from this book. That’s okay; just go to the table of contents, find the topic you need, and start there.
Completing 1,001 chemistry practice questions is no small undertaking, but the time you spend practicing valuable science, math, and chemistry skills can improve your scores and help you “know what you know.”
What You’ll Find
The 1,001 chemistry practice questions in this book are divided among 15 chapters, each one representing a few major subject areas in chemistry. Within each chapter, questions are grouped by topic and arranged from easy to hard, allowing you to answer beginner questions as well as multi-step and more difficult ...