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    Breakdown of Regents Questions

    A breakdown of the Regents Physics questions from the APlusPhysics.com worksheets, courtesy of Ken Levy of Calhoun High School in N. Merrick, NY.  Insightful for determine what topics and types of questions are emphasized compared to others.  Thanks Ken!

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    DIAGNOSTIC: Breakdown of January 2006 Regents Physics Exam

    Guide sheet to allow students to break down their performance on the January 2006 Regents Physics Exam by unit. Upon completing and scoring the exam, students fill out the diagnostic guide to determine their strengths and weaknesses. Once these areas have been identified, students may focus on areas with the greatest opportunity for improvement in order to differentiate their review time to their individual needs.

    Link to NY Regents Physics Exams

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    DIAGNOSTIC: Breakdown of January 2007 Regents Physics Exam

    Guide sheet to allow students to break down their performance on the January 2007 Regents Physics Exam by unit. Upon completing and scoring the exam, students fill out the diagnostic guide to determine their strengths and weaknesses. Once these areas have been identified, students may focus on areas with the greatest opportunity for improvement in order to differentiate their review time to their individual needs.

    Link to NY Regents Physics Exams

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    DIAGNOSTIC: Breakdown of June 2005 Regents Physics Exam

    Guide sheet to allow students to break down their performance on the June 2005 Regents Physics Exam by unit. Upon completing and scoring the exam, students fill out the diagnostic guide to determine their strengths and weaknesses. Once these areas have been identified, students may focus on areas with the greatest opportunity for improvement in order to differentiate their review time to their individual needs.

    Link to NY Regents Physics Exams

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    Regents Practice Exam Tracking Sheet

    A spreadsheet I use with my students to track their progress on practice exams and associated corrective actions.

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    Regents Practice Exam Corrective Actions

    Detailed corrective actions I use with students after taking practice exams to focus on opportunities for improvement.

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    The Best Regents Physics Review Sheet Ever!

    10-page "everything you need to know for Regents Physics" review sheet in MS Word .doc format.

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    Breakdown of June 2013 Regents Physics Exam

    Diagnostic Guide for the June 2013 Regents Physics Exam

    I use these to help students prepare for the Regents Exam each spring. Students take the exam, which is scored by the instructor, then students are directed to use the diagnostic guide to determine the percent of questions they answered correctly under each topic. This information is then used to develop a personalized action plan to help each student focus their review efforts in areas that will return the biggest "bang for the buck."

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    Most Missed Questions of 2014 Review and Answers


    From my review quizzes, which spanned almost 300 of the 966 MC questions since 2002. (I had many versions. I don't make the kids do 300 questions!) I compiled a list of the 40 most missed questions (by my students anyway) in order.

    https://app.box.com/s/xddw0txo451ajjwkfgbz

    I also made a youtube video explaining how I think about each question with a little review snuck in.
    http://youtu.be/MeOpoRtHkLo


    The most missed topics by my students were

    Longitudinal Waves
    Vector Addition.
    Min and Max values of Vector Addition
    Equilibrant
    Energy Problems with Internal Energy
    Diffraction (slit size/wavelength relationship)
    Momentum/Inelastic Collisions
    Displacement from Area of VT
    Estimation (of Weight Force)

    Thanks to Dan Hosey for creating this.

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