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Nationwide Physics and Chemistry Sample Test
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Chad J
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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 8:19 pm    Post subject: Nationwide Physics and Chemistry Sample Test Reply with quote

The American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence is proud to
inform you of a great opportunity for you and your colleagues. We are
in our final stages of developing a Chemistry and Physics Certification
for America's prospective teachers. The American Board has been
working diligently to develop standards-based exams and is now in the
process of recruiting participants to sample test the questions. Not
only can you put your subject area knowledge to the test, but we will
pay you for it!

Currently, we are seeking individuals who are highly qualified in the
Chemistry and Physics fields. The following describes those who are
eligible and compensation plans of each subject. To register for this
opportunity, please visit http://abcte.org/fieldtest. Both tests are
presently being administered and will end July 1st. Testing centers
fill up quickly, so register today and reserve your spot today!

Chemistry

Participants will be awarded a $75 stipend for taking the chemistry
sample exam. As an incentive, those who score within the top 25th
percentile will receive an additional $50, resulting in a total of
$125.

Those eligible must meet at least one of the following:

Experience teaching chemistry as a teacher or professor
Have an undergraduate or graduate degree in chemistry
Have experience working in research labs or pharmaceutical
companies
Completed at least FIVE college chemistry courses
Currently enrolled medical students

Physics

Participants will be awarded a $100 stipend for taking the physics
sample exam. As an incentive, those who score within the top 25th
percentile will receive an additional $50, resulting in a total of
$150.

Those eligible must meet at least one of the following:

An undergraduate or graduate degree in physics
Experience teaching physics as a teacher or professor
Completed at least FIVE college physics courses
Industry related experience (engineers, physicists, scientific
programmers, etc)

All tests are administered at Pearson VUE testing centers, located in
most metropolitan areas. The tests consist of approximately 126 to 160
computer-based multiple-choice questions and generally take two hours
to complete. Testing is entirely confidential and results are used only
for statistical purposes. Our goal is to obtain data on each individual
question.

If this opportunity sounds interesting you may register at
http://abcte.org/fieldtest, or if you would like to learn more about
our organization or certification exams please visit us at
http://abcte.org.

Thank you for your time. If you have any questions please contact me at
202-263-8339 or email me at cjones@abcte.org. I apologize if you
receive this email twice and thank you for those of you who have all
ready registered.

Sincerely,

Chad Jones
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