• review-game-zoneEarth Science Review Games
    Fun science games dealing with all topics of earth science keyed to the NYS Earth Science Regents. Meteorology, geology, astronomy to name just a few. These games can be played in school and on your phone! Best way to learn!


    Practice Regents Review Questions
    Practice review questions grouped by topic to help you prepare for your earth science regents. Answers are included to help make the studying easier.


    Regent Review Videos
    Several videos reviewing key concepts for the regents exam. Review of the Part D, ESRT's, general topic review plus a multiple choice review explanation.


    Earth Science Flash Cards
    You have the entire year of Earth Science on flash cards without wasting paper or cutting and folding anything! Keep practicing until you get all of the terms on the cards.


    Regents Test Taking Tips and Strategies
    Helpful tips to consider while you are preparing for your earth science regents 2020 exam. These ideas will allow you to be more relaxed and ready for the test.


    Great Regents Review Sheets
    Everything you need to know in order to pass the regents. Provides a great review of the entire year in just a few minutes! These sheets are a great way to quickly catch up from the year.


    Other Earth Science Regents Review Tools
    Here are some additional resources that may help you prepare for your earth science regents. Some cool stuff to check out to get you ready for that test.


    Review Books ($)
    At the link above is a listing of some books that can help you prepare for the regents. These are actual books and require you to purchase if you desire.


    Earth Science Lab Practical Review
    The lab practical is 15% of your grade, get an overview of the performance test and what to expect, along with some great review materials to help you review for the earth science lab practical.

    ESRT Review Tools
    Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT) is by far one of the most important tools since 37% of the questions on the NYS Earth Science Regents require use of information from the ESRT which means you need to know where to look.