Barron’s SAT Subject Test Biology E/ M – 6th edition
This book includes:
■Extensive subject reviews of every topic required for the Biology SAT, including the most current information about the three-domain system of taxonomy
■One mini-diagnostic test that identifies your strengths and weaknesses
■Two full-length practice tests with questions that mimic the actual SAT Biology test
■Two more full-length practice tests available online and on all mobile devices
■Instructions that enable you to calculate your 200 to 800 SAT score
■Over 400 additional practice questions in the subject reviews
→PURPOSE OF THE BIOLOGY SUBJECT TEST
→WHEN TO TAKE THE TEST
→HOW THE TEST IS SCORED
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE TEST?
The Biology Subject Test measures your knowledge after completing a general college-preparatory high school Biology course. It is independent of any particular textbook or biology course you may have taken. SAT subject tests are required by many colleges you may decide to apply to.
WHEN DO I TAKE THE TEST?
Take the test right after the course ends, when the content is still fresh in your mind. That would be in May or June for most of you. Tests are given in October, November, December, January, May, and June.
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE TEST?
You may register by using registration forms found inside the SAT Registration Guide that is available from your high school Guidance Office. You can also register for the SAT Subject Test online by visiting the College Board’s website at www.collegeboard.com.
When you register, you will have to indicate which specific subject tests you plan to take. You may take one, two, or three on any given testing date. Your testing fee will vary accordingly.
You may change your mind on the day of the test and select any test offered and available that day, except for the Language Test with Listening, for which you must preregister.
WHAT IS THE FORMAT OF THE TEST?
The Biology E/M Test has two parts: 60 core questions followed by 20 questions in either specialized section—ecology (E) or molecular (M). Every student answers 80 questions—60 core questions plus 20 special section questions. You choose the area in biology for which you feel most prepared.
There are 5 major content areas on the test. Both tests include questions on all 5 topics. However, the E test has more questions about ecology, while the M test has more questions about molecular and cell biology.
The skills and knowledge that you will be tested on include:
1.RECALL. Knowledge of facts and terminology
2.APPLICATION. Understanding concepts, applying knowledge to practical situations, and solving problems
3.INTERPRETATION. Integrating information to form conclusions
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