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32003^ BASIC PHYSICAL SCIENCE



The caret (^) following 32003 means generic crossover credit. Once you pass this exam element, you will receive credit in other fields/subfields.

A crossover table reference document is available at http://www.etnews.org/docs/crossover.pdf

32003 DESCRIPTION:
Apply terms, definitions, and concepts from mechanics, electricity, heat, and chemistry. (Solutions may involve simple formulas found in basic physics textbooks, but will not involve algebraic manipulations or trigonometry)

The caret (^) following 32003 means generic crossover credit. Once you pass this exam element, you will receive credit in other fields/subfields when you first test in the other field/subfield.

32003 REFERENCES:
Solutions may involve simple formulas found in basic physics textbooks, but will not involve algebraic manipulations or trigonometry.

NICET TEST PREPARATION HANDBOOKS are now available for this element and for every element in level 1 through level 4.

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