November 2011 - Chemistry Subject Test

<p>Discuss here.</p>

<p>Okaaay. So how was it, guys? i left 2 questions :/ (no time)</p>

<p>Easier than expected, so I regret I invested my time on chemistry rather than physics, since I thought physics tends to require logic and chemistry tends to require memorization.
Pathetically, my knowledge from school covers almost everything from SAT chemistry but not physics.</p>

<p>What was the answer to the 0.01 M NaOH question?</p>

<p>I was really glad that they didn't ask about atomic models (plum pudding, etc) like they did in the practice test I took. WAY easier than expected.</p>

<p>I thought it was quite easy as well. And what was the 0.01M NaOH question? The details are lost to me.</p>

<p>Post some answers already.</p>

<p>for the .01M NaOH i got .01 M H2SO4 for my answer. since there are 2 mol of H+ ions in H2SO4 and each substance has the same volume, the solution will be acidic and have a pH less than 7</p>

<p>How many questions were there? I only got to #61 on the multiple choice =(</p>

<p>I got the same answer as sdyanks430. And I believe there were 70 questions, not including the TF ones. </p>

<p>Just curious, H2 is the least common component in air right?</p>

<p>that was actually one of the few i left blank..</p>

<p>foshizzle , do u remember the choices ?</p>

<p>this is the list of components in % : Air</a> Composition</p>

<p>so unless there was Xenon in the choices , your answer should be correct .</p>

<p>I think it might be: Oxygen, CO2, Nitrogen, H2, and H2O. Water vapour isn't listed on the site, but rather states that it varies according to region. :l I might be wrong then.</p>

<p>^</p>

<p>its definitely H2 then </p>

<p>water vapor is around 1%</p>

<p>am sure of this ..</p>

<p>Does anyone remember how many TF/CE questions there were?
I recall there was 20, but standard is 16... so wondering if I remembered wrong</p>

<p>I thnk h2 is right. Did anyone get number 8?</p>

<p>someone needs to start posting MORE ANSWERS@!</p>

<p>What was number 8?</p>

<p>H2 is right for sure.
What was question 8?
And OMG that ws soooo dumb! It was H2SO4 :/ Sheesh. A few more minutes, and i couldve gotten it :/
With 2 omitted (absolute best case) whats the highest you can get? :O</p>

<p>it was like this substance can be a base and an acid? something along those lines</p>