This test is designed to check students on end punctuation, subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, verb formation, pronoun case, use of adjectives and adverbs, idioms, modifiers and relationships between clauses, and shift in construction. In addition, students will also be tested on strategically finding out the audience and purpose, judging the relevance of supporting material and other sentences in context, organizing the content using transitions and other key words, maintaining the style and tone of an essay, and avoiding wordiness and redundancy. Description: This test is designed to assess the students on their writing capabilities, especially on taking a position on an issue, supporting their position using logical reasoning and relevant examples, organizing their ideas in a logical way, and using the English language clearly and effectively.
ALGEBRA 30 questions, 60 minutes Description: This test is designed to check the students understanding of the concepts and principles related to the field of algebra including addition and subtraction of algebraic fractions, rational equations, rational and irrational numbers, quadratic equations, solution of linear inequalities, system of inequalities, system of equations, progression, arithmetic and geometric progressions, functions and their graphs, rational exponents, elements of set theory, permutations, combinations, division of polynomials, roots of polynomial, rational equations, trigonometric functions, logarithmic function, limit and continuity, derivative and its application, probability theory, integral, complex numbers, and statistics.
This test is designed to check the students understanding of the concepts and principles related to the field of geometry including polygons, rectangles, square, parallelogram properties, axial and central symmetry, area, the Pythagorean theorem, similarity of triangles, proportional segments, circle, tangent to the circle, central and inscribed angles, inscribed and circumscribed circles, vectors, solutions of triangles, circumference, area of sector, translation and rotation, parallel lines, cross-sections, perpendicular lines, volume and surface area of prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone, and solids of revolution.
This test is designed to check the students understanding of the concepts and principles related to the field of biology including taxonomy, cell biology, molecular biology, nutrition, and transport of materials. Students will also be tested on their knowledge of microbiology, biotechnology, genetics, human body systems, ecology, biophysics, and evolution.
This test is designed to check the students understanding of the concepts and principles related to the field of chemistry including elements, compounds, and mixtures, atoms and the periodic table, states of matter, chemical bonding, types of chemical reactions, carbon and its inorganic compounds, mole, stoichiometric calculations, types of solutions, thermodynamics, and the structure, nomenclature, properties and reactions of the major classes of organic compounds.
This test is designed to check the students understanding of the concepts and principles related to the field of physics including mechanics, thermodynamics, waves and oscillations, atomic and nuclear physics, electricity and magnetism, electromagnetism, static electricity, optics, special theory of relativity.