1200 Minutes

Critical to understanding science concepts is the use of scientific inquiry to develop explanations of natural phenomena. Therefore, as a prerequisite for admission to the Regents examination in the Living Environment, Physical Setting/Earth Science, Physics, or Chemistry students must have successfully completed 1200 minutes of laboratory experience with satisfactory written reports for each laboratory investigation.
It is expected that laboratory experiences will provide the opportunity for students to develop the scientific inquiry techniques in Standard 1, the use of information systems as outlined in Standard 2, the interconnectedness of content and skills and the problem-solving approaches in Standards 6 and 7, and the skills identified on the laboratory skills checklist found in Appendix A in the links below.
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