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Topics to Review for SHS Entrance Exam

MATH  Possessive
 Pre-Algebra  Pronouns
 Order of Operations  Antecedent
 Exponents  Appositive
 Fractions  Demonstrative
 Decimals  Intensive
 Scientific Notation  Interrogative
 Ratio and Proportion  Negative
 Percentage  Personal
 Integers  Objective
 Metric System  Subjective
 Ratio and Proportion  Subject Verb Agreement
 Algebra:  Verbs
 Algebraic Expressions  Declarative and Interrogative
 Rational Expressions  Conjunctions
 Finding X  Identifying Errors
 Inequalities  Sentence Completion
 Functions  Sentence Variation and Correction
 Radical Functions  Logical or Paragraph Organization
 Logarithm  Homonyms, Synonyms and Antonyms
 Word Problems  Capitalization
 Geometry  Phrases and Clauses
 Perimeter  Voices (Active and Passive)
 Circumference
 Area SCIENCE
 Angles and Triangles
Biology
 Trigonometry
 Trigonometric Functions  Anatomy
 Identities  Circulatory System
 Laws  Respiratory System
 Law of Sines  Nervous System
 Law of Cosines  Digestive System
 Law of Triangles  Endocrine System
 Statistics  Urinary System
 Mean, Median, Mode  Reproductive System
 Sets  Physiology
 Probability  Enzymes
 Counting Problems  Cellular Transport
 Conic Sections  Blood Clot Formation
 Blood Pigments
ENGLISH
 Cellular Tonicity
 Nouns  Cellular Biology
 Plurals  The Cell Cycle
 Mitosis
 Meiosis  Groups and Families
 Parts of the Cell  Compounds
 Cellular Respiration  Oxidation State
 Ecology  Types of Chemical Bonds
 Hierarchy of Life  Representation of Compounds
 Food Chain  Percent Composition
 Terrestrial Biomes  Molecular Geometry
 Aquatic Biomes  Intermolecular Forces
 Ecological Succession  Relationships of Organic
 General Freshwater Biomes Compounds to:
 Genetics  Boiling Point
 Central Dogma of Molecular  Melting Point
Biology  Solubility
 Mendelian Mode of Inheritance  Acidity
 Non-Mendelian Mode of  Gases
Inheritance  Ideal Gas Law Concept
 Pedigree Analysis  Gas Laws
 Chromosomes  Chemical Reactions
 Plant Physiology  Types of Reactions
 Parts of the Plant  Fundamental Law of Chemical
 Kinds of Plants Reactions
 Plant Hormones  Redox Reactions
 Reaction to Stimulus  Stoichiometry
 Plant Bacteria Symbiosis  Limiting and Excess
 Photoperiodism Reagents
 Taxonomy  Chemical Kinetics
 The Five Kingdom Scheme  Acids and Bases
 Three Domains of Life  Definitions
 Ontogeny  Properties
 Growth and Development  Strong and Weak Acid Bases
 Computations
Chemistry  Dissociation of Acids and Bases
 Concentrations of Solutions
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY  Molality
 Molarity
 Matter
 Normality
 Properties
 Colligative Properties of Solutions
 Intensive and Extensive Properties
 Types of Matter BIOCHEMISTRY
 Properties of Elements
 Properties of Compounds  Proteins
 Properties of Mixtures  Carbohydrates
 Atoms  Lipids
 Atomic Theory of Maatter  Nucleic Acids
 Atomic Models  Biochemical Tests
 Components of an Atom
 Properties of an Atom Physics
 Electronic Configuration
 Hund, Aufbau, and Pauli  Motion
 Quantum Mechanics  Linear Motion
 Elements  Free Fall Motion
 Periodic Table of Elements  Projectile
 Classification  Uniform Circular Motion
 Newton’s Law of Universal  Radioactivity
Gravitation
 Law of Motion Earth and Space Science
 Normal Force
 Friction  Sun
 Tension  Solar System
 Kepler’s Law of Planetary Orbits  Moon
 Work  Moon Phases
 Power  Tides
 Energy  Space Rocks
 Potential  Asteroids
 Kinetic  Comets
 Momentum  Eclipses
 Impulse  Stars
 Fluids  Star Convergence
 Density  Astronomy and Astrology
 Specific Gravity  Equinox and Solstice
 Pressure  Earth
 Pascal’s Law  Dynamic of Plate Movement
 Buoyant Force  Tectonic Plates
 Bernoulli’s Principle  Plate Boundaries
 Toricelli’s Theorem  Volcano
 Venturi Effect  Earthquake
 Laws of Thermodynamics  Theory of Continental Drift
 Heat Capacity  Theory of Plate Tectonics
 Change in Phase  Climate Change
 Thermal Processes  Global Warming
 Conduction  Weather
 Convection  Climate
 Radiation  Types of Precipitation
 Electromagnetism  Types of Clouds
 Electricity  Water Cycle
 Coulomb’s Law  Types of Storms
 Ohm’s Law  Storms
 Resistors  Factors that affect weather and climate
 Capacitors  Minerals
 Light and Sound Waves
 Magnets
 Magnetic Field
 Magnetic Force
 Waves and Optics
 Electromagnetic Spectrum
 Properties of Waves
 Mirrors
 Concave
 Convex
 Lenses
 Concave
 Convex
 Light Waves
 Refraction
 Diffraction
 Nuclear Physics