The main topics of the SAT II Physics test are Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, Heat and Thermodynamics and Modern Physics. While the degree of difficulty of most of the questions is lower than that of the AP Physics B test, a high SAT Physics score requires a thorough preparation.
You need to remember and understand the main theoretic concepts and physical equations, while being familiar with the metric system and having laboratory skills and experience. You are not allowed to use a calculator during the test.
A large number of excellent SAT Physics books have been written in the last couple of years: SAT Physics Books. Our practice questions are meant to help you assess your Physics skills.
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