It's that time of year for 2nd semester juniors of American secondary school: SAT's are fast approaching. One of the main specialty SAT II's that I will definitely need is the Chemistry SAT.
Any past Chemistry SAT survivors/future Chemistry SAT takers have any good tricks and tips for getting perfect scores in this test?
I know of a few neat tricks that come in mind:
1. Rip out periodic table in the back. Won't need to flip back and forth in that stupid booklet. Save 2-5 minutes.
2. Skip stoichio questions until later. Stoichio = easiest, yet most time-consuming questions on the multiple choice question portion. Save 5-10 minutes
Anything else I missed?