Earth science curve is the biggest curve in all regents! if u manage to get up to atleast a 60 that curve will be around mind 80's. ! seriously 85% of students pass due to the curve. so yeah! : ) hope i helped Regents Examination in Physical Setting/Earth Science - June 2009
its a joke
That depends on what state your regents is/are in.
The Global Bell Curve has 380 pages.
Global winds are caused by unequal heating of the Earth's surface and they curve because... If the Earth did not rotate, Global Winds would not curve. They would be straight as a line. So because of EARTH'S ROTATION, global winds curve.
The budget of Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education is 386,000,000 dollars.
Yes, there will be a curve,but no one knows how much it will be yet; we'll find out Thursday June 25 2009
The ISBN of The Global Bell Curve is 978-1-59368-028-2.
uhh yeahh. if you pass the global regents you move on to the to the us history class in order to graduate even if u fail the regent u can take it again. i actually failed the global 3 times and i am takin us history as of now. i passed the class and failed the regent only but yeahh its sucks. dont do drugs kids.
Coriolis force causes global winds to curve. As winds move north or south, they are deflected due to the rotation of the Earth. They curve to the west.
Yes, the Global Slim Card will work on a At&t blackberry curve. Yes, the Global Sim Card will work with no problems in your AT&T Blackberry Curve. Simply use it as you would any Sim Card.
Grade 7 Students cannot take the REGENTS exam, because most middle schools do not offer Regents courses, unless the student has advanced classes and are taking the advanced Regents courses.
No but I'am going to take it tomorrow i hear that there is a fair curve on it and there is about 28 multiple choice you have to atleast get 15-20 to pass !
The winds curve because of the rotation of the Earth.
In 8th grade my teacher always says u need a 85% on ur regents.-That is if you are in an honors class. In high school for example 9th grade and above u need 65% or higher to pass.
It's not a curve, but they make it nearly impossible to fail a regents. If you look at some of the old exams, you only have to get 40 points out of 86ish to get a 65. If you were to get 10 points off (5 mult. choice or whatever extended response) you still get an 89. So pretty much, you're not going to fail unless you got more than half of the points off.
you have to get at least a 65 on the regents.
Nope , it's not on Regents.
Answer is B.Coriolis effect
a little bit. not that much.