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The purpose of the Science Contest is to challenge high school students to do a wide range of reading in biology, chemistry and physics, to gain an understanding of the significance of experiments rather than to recall obscure details, to be alert to new discoveries and information in the areas of science, to gain an understanding of the basic principles as well as knowledge of the history and philosophy of science, and to foster a sense of enthusiasm about science and how it affects our daily lives.

The contest consists of a two-hour objective test with 60 questions – 20 from biology, 20 from chemistry and 20 from physics.

 

Science Overview Video:  http://bit.ly/pnc83g

Biology Resources

UT Biology 311C Website

Learn Genetics: University of Utah

Kimball’s Biology Pages:

Chemistry Resources

UT Chem 301 Website

UT Chem 302 Website

OpenStax College (Rice)

Georgia Public Broadcasting Videos for Chemistry

Chemistry Review Game

Physics Resources

Learn AP Physics

Khan Academy

Dan Fullertan Videos & Playlists on YouTube

Georgia Public Broadcasting Videos on Physics

Sample Test and Key (from UIL website): 

http://www.uiltexas.org/files/academics/Science-Sample-Test.pdf

Periodic Table and Reference Sheet  http://www.uiltexas.org/files/academics/PT-constants-2015.pdf

A few old exams...

2005 Science Invitational A 

2005 Science Invitational B 

2004 Science Invitational A 

2004 Science Invitational B 

Note from the Physics Director for 2017-18: 

http://www.uiltexas.org/files/academics/Notes-From-the-Physics-Director-2017-2018.pdf

Note from the Chemistry Director for 2017-18:  

http://www.uiltexas.org/files/academics/Notes-From-the-Chemistry-Director-2017-2018.pdf

Note from the Biology Director for 2017-18: 

http://www.uiltexas.org/files/academics/Notes-From-the-Biology-Director-2017-2018.pdf