Allied Health Professions Admission Test (AHPAT)
The Allied Health Professions Admission Test (AHPAT) is a measure of general academic ability and scientific knowledge that helps identify qualified applicants to academic programs in allied health. … Verbal Ability – Measures general vocabulary and verbal reasoning using synonyms and antonyms.
- Verbal Ability – Measures general vocabulary and verbal reasoning using synonyms and antonyms.
- Quantitative Ability – Measures ability to reason through and understand quantitative concepts and relationships using nonverbal exercises in arithmetic fundamentals and problem solving.
- Biology – Measures knowledge of the principles and concepts of basic biology with major emphasis on human biology.
- Chemistry – Measures knowledge of the principles and concepts of basic chemistry. Topics include atoms and molecules, formulas, equations, bonding, element and periodic relationships, states of matter, solutions, chemical equilibrium, acids, bases, electrochemistry, kinetics and nuclear and organic chemistry.
- Reading Comprehension – Measures ability to comprehend, analyze and interpret reading passages dealing with science-oriented topics.
The Admission Test Series prepares students for entrance examinations into college, graduate and professional school as well as candidates for professional certification and licensure. The Allied Health Professions Admission Test (AHPAT) Passbook® prepares you by sharpening the skills and abilities necessary to succeed on your upcoming entrance exam. It provides hundreds of questions and answers in the areas that will likely be covered on your upcoming exam, including but not limited to: vocabulary; basic arithmetic; biology; chemistry; and more.