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NYS Regents exam - Physics

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New York State Regents Physics (Biology) exam

Physics Regents exam

The Physics Regents examination is a standardized test given to students enrolled in New York State schools in June and January. The Physics Regents exam is typically administered at the completion of a New York State Regents level high school course in Physics.

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Physics Regents exam

An Overview of the Physics Regents exam

WHY TAKE THE PHYSICS REGENTS EXAM?

All students in New York State must pass at least one of the four Regents science exams in order to graduate from high school.

To receive an Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation, among other requirements, students must pass with a score of 65 or higher in two science exams including Living Environment.

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WHAT PHYSICS TOPICS ARE TESTED?

There are six key categories:

  1.   Mechanics
    1. Kinematics
    2. Statics
    3. Dynamics
    4. Momentum
  1.   Energy
    1. Work
    2. Power
    3. Energy
  1.   Electricity and Magnetism
    1. Static Electricity
    2. Electric Current
    3. Magnetism
    4. Electromagnetic Induction
  1.   Waves
    1. Wave Characteristics
    2. Periodic Wave Phenomenon
    3. Light
  1.   Modern Physics
    1. Dual Nature of Light
    2. Quantum Theory
    3. Models of the Atom
    4. Standard Model of Particle Physics

  1.   Math Skills needed for Physics

WHAT IS THE FORMAT OF THE PHYSICS REGENTS EXAM?

The format consists of several components.

  • Part A --Multiple-Choice
    A multiple-choice question offers several answers from which you choose the one that best answers the question or completes the statement. This part of the exam has content-based questions assessing your knowledge and understanding of core material and represents 30-40 percent of the examination.
  • Part B1 --Multiple-Choice
    This section of Part B consists of multiple-choice questions as described in Part A. These questions are content-and-skills-based and designed to assess your ability to apply, analyze, and evaluate material. The combined sections of Part B (multiple-choice plus constructed-response) represent 25-35 percent of the examination.
  • Part B2 --Constructed-Response
    In a constructed-response question there is no list of choices from which to choose an answer; rather you are required to provide the answer. Constructed-response questions test skills that include performing numerical calculations, drawing and interpreting graphs, and analyzing material. The combined sections of Part B represent 25-35 percent of the examination.
  • Part C --Extended Constructed-Response
    These are constructed-response questions that require more time and effort on your part to answer. Part C consists of content-based and application questions assessing your ability to apply knowledge of scientific concepts and skills. Be sure to write complete, clear sentences while using correct physics in your explanations. This part represents 23-30 percent of the examination.

HOW LONG IS THE PHYSICS EXAM?

3 hours

WHEN IS THE PHYSICS REGENTS EXAM HELD?

See January and June 2017 Regents Exam Schedule

HOW CAN I IMPROVE MY SCORE?

Call Dr. Donnelly at (917) 568 2473 to discuss private tutoring options.

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Private lessons with Dr. Donnelly

Dr. Donnelly, New York's leading Regents tutor, is now accepting a limited number of students for private tutoring and one-on-one intensive test preparation for the Regents Physics exam.

Lessons take place at our comfortable office located at 1460 Broadway, Suite 15017 here in Manhattan. Our quiet teaching rooms are fully equipped with whiteboards and all the necessary teaching materials required to provide an ideal learning environment. There is also a comfortable seating area for parents who wish to be present during lessons.

Contact Dr. Donnelly

Give your child the advantage of private tutoring with Manhattan's leading NYS Regents tutor. For information on rates and availability or to set up a free consultation, please contact Dr. Donnelly at:

Over the years, Dr. Donnelly has helped literally hundreds of students to improve their Regents test scores significantly. We are confident that he can do the same for your child.

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