|By Almondjoy (Almondjoy) on Tuesday, October 07, 2003 - 09:16 pm: Edit|
Is modern physics, liquid physics (specific gravity, buoyant force, etc), and chemistry (speific heat, heat transfer, object expansion) gonna be on it? i looked over a real sat 2 and i didn see any liquids or chemical type stuff. i didnt see much modern either, though im sure there will be maybe one or two. cause my barrons (we ALL know how barrons is...) has Everything in their practice tests. i mean, they sperate it equally (i.e. 30 % modernphysics, etc) to make APPEAR as if they are teaching you the relevant stuff.
I mean, we all know barrons likes to teach you a bunch of stuff u dont need, so how muchof the above is on the actual test?
|By Almondjoy (Almondjoy) on Wednesday, October 08, 2003 - 02:34 am: Edit|
|By Andy7733 (Andy7733) on Thursday, October 09, 2003 - 06:16 pm: Edit|
kaplan's is pretty accurate, and liquid physics is not on it. modern physics, and chemistry elements (no pun intended, sorry) are found in kaplan, as well as the usual stuff (kinematics, E&M, etc.)
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