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Date: 25.Aug.2019 - Sun
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Biology


The Biology E/M test assesses your understanding of general biology at the college preparatory level.

How to Choose Biology E or M?

◊ Take Biology E if you feel more comfortable answering questions pertaining to biological communities, populations, and energy flow.
◊ Take Biology M if you feel more comfortable answering questions pertaining to biochemistry, cellular structure and processes, such as respiration and photosynthesis.
◊ Indicate choice of Biology E or Biology M on your answer sheet on test day.

 


Anticipated Skills

◊ Ability to recall and understand the major concepts of biology and to apply the principles learned to solve specific problems in biology

◊ Understanding of simple algebraic concepts, including ratios and direct and inverse proportions, and the ability to apply such concepts to solving word problems

◊ Ability to organize and interpret results obtained by observation and experimentation and to draw conclusions or make inferences from experimental data, including data presented in graphic and/or tabular form

◊ Familiarity with the metric system of units

Due to the differences in high school biology courses, you may find that some questions are on unfamiliar topics.

Chemistry

The chemistry test assesses your understanding of general chemistry at the college preparatory level.

Anticipated Skills

◊ Understanding of the major concepts of chemistry and the ability to apply principles to solve specific problems

◊ Ability to organize and interpret results obtained by observation and experimentation and to draw conclusions or make inferences from experimental data, including data presented in graphic and/or tabular form

◊ Laboratory experience and familiarity with the metric system of units

◊ Ability to handle simple algebraic relationships and apply these to solving word problems

◊ Familiarity with the concepts of ratio and direct and inverse proportions, exponents and scientific notations

Physics

The physics test assesses your understanding of physics at the college preparatory level

Anticipated Skills

◊ An ability to recall and understand the major concepts of physics and to apply physical principles to solve specific problems

◊ An understanding of simple algebraic, trigonometric, and graphical relationships, and the concepts of ratio and proportion, and how to apply these to physics problems

◊ Familiarity with the metric system of units

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