Hakase! I am planning to take the second exam in Earth Science. Are there any frequent points that I should know about?
Of course there are. In this article, I will carefully select and explain the 3 most frequently asked points that have been asked many times in my analysis of the national secondary examination Earth Science.
Many of you may be confused by the lack of information about the second examination Earth Science.
And moreover, you feel like you have to solve and find the frequent points of the second examination Earth Science by yourself. (I was the same way…).
In this article, let’s learn with the guinea pigs about those frequent points that have been asked over and over again!
This article can be used as an exercise in problems! If you are actually taking the Earth Science exam or want to test your skills, solve the problems and then click on the “Answers Here!” button below them!
Frequent point 1: Compositional differences between basalt and rhyolite
Frequent point 2: Evidence that global freezing occurred during the Proterozoic Era
Frequent point 3: Why the Earth has a layered structure
In this article, I have explained the three most frequent points of the second examination Earth Science, for which there is not much information available.
You’ll need to practice past papers to reach a passing score, but let’s start with these three!
I’m going to review what I’ve learned this time and prepare for the second exam, Earth Science!
Hakase! Thank you for teaching me today!
Thank you for reading to the end!