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In this complete AP Biology study guide, we're providing you with all the resources you need to carry out a focused, effective study plan. We give you the most helpful information out there so you can begin your journey to a 5 (nope, it's not too ambitious!).

In the first section, we'll give you some advice on how to structure your study plan for the final AP test depending on your level of preparation and the amount of time you have before the exam. You may decide to skip this section if you're not ready to start studying for the final exam yet, but you can also read it to get an idea of how you will organize things in the future.

In the next section, we provide some study strategies that will help you get the most out of the information and resources contained in this guide. Access to content won't get you a great score unless you know how to absorb it efficiently and apply it to the format of the test!

In the two sections following these tips, we'll link to notes you can use to study different aspects of the course. The first section covers all the basic content that's taught in AP Biology, organized by the course's four "Big Ideas" (or main themes). The second section will link to descriptions of each of the labs you'll need to be familiar with in this course in case you lost any reports from earlier in the year!

Before you decide on a study plan, we advise you to take a practice test to see where you're currently scoring. You can use a test in a review book or look online for full-length tests.

Once you take and score your practice test, you can think more critically about how much time you'll need to spend studying for AP Biology. We'll give you examples of two study plans.

After taking a diagnostic test, you will need to continue taking practice exams as you study for AP Biology. This is a way to check your progress and get familiar with the format of the test so that you aren't caught off-guard on exam day.

Although free full-length official practice tests are few, the College Board releases tons of official free-response questions and answers for students to study with. You can find their past exam questions (with sample responses and scores) here.

This is a critical component of AP Biology studying. After you take a practice test, you should sit down and go through your mistakes to see which content areas gave you the most trouble. This will help you avoid studying irrelevant concepts and neglecting the areas in which your knowledge is weakest.

AP Biology is a tough class that covers tons of complex information. If you want to use this guide to prepare effectively for the AP test and other exams throughout the year, you'll need to use study strategies that complement the material. Here are four recommendations.

This tip is evident in my study plans in the previous section, but it's worth mentioning again. You shouldn't just study the material and expect to do well, especially on a test like AP Biology, which requires a significant amount of analysis in its questions.

Pay attention to the questions that are asked in the documents as each step of the lab process is completed. Contemplating and understanding the answers to these questions will help you to get a better handle on the purpose of the lab. At the very least, you should review the Background and Procedure for each lab to refresh your memory of what you did and why.

Check out this Ultimate AP Biology Vocabulary Review; there are more than 1,000 terms to help you review what you've learned. You can study them in flashcard form and then quiz yourself all in one place!

There are some good practice questions here that cover the main concepts within each big idea of the AP Biology curriculum. We especially like that they include many questions about lab procedures to ensure that you don't lose out on the lab aspect of biology studying. Questions within the quizzes are organized by difficulty level (easy, medium, or difficult), allowing you to determine what kinds of topics and questions you struggle with the most. While there are lots of free materials here, keep in mind that there are many more that require you to create a paid account to access them.

With the tips and tools in this AP Biology study guide, you should be able to formulate a comprehensive approach to your studying. You can use these resources throughout the year as you build up your knowledge, or you can use them in the month(s) before the AP exam, depending on how you learn best.

You can use notes from your AP Biology class as well as the notes in this guide to help anchor your studying. If you learn better by watching videos, check out the video explanations of different concepts that we've listed above. And don't forget to go over your labs!

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With two and a half hours to complete the test, you will encounter a 100 multiple-choice questions, from which you must choose the best answer out of four possible answers: A, B, C, or D. There are four types of questions in the FTCE Biology test. One involves completing a sentence, another recommends a course of action, while the other two require you to select the appropriate response to a statement or question. The computer-based test presents questions under a simple toolbar, requiring you to select the answer using a mouse. There are no typed answers in the FTCE Biology exam.

Taking up around 4% of the test, a mere 4 questions, this competency assesses your understanding of the complicated ethical, legal, economic, and social contexts of science. This may include genetic engineering, reproductive technologies, and population growth, among other areas. It may cover global environmental effects of technological advancement, as well as the effects of globalization. You may also have to identify laws and guidelines shaping safety, experiments and live-organism handling within a classroom.

It is important to adequately prepare for the final exam by creating your own personalized FTCE Biology study guide. A good first step in doing this is to look at the percentages of each of the competencies and divide your study time accordingly by those percentages. So since Section 10 is 10% of the final exam, consider spending 10% of your study time on learning those skills, and so on. There are also multiple books available to help your prepare for this specific exam, as well as practice tests. Finally, be sure to plan out your remaining study time before test day, refining your plan each week to ensure that you have adequate time to focus on all the competencies and skills.

To try to make sure that you are not surprised by either exam content or format, do strongly consider taking an FTCE Biology 6-12 practice test. This will help familiarize you with the multiple-choice questions and, the spread of competencies across the test. Additionally, after taking an FTCE practice test for biology online or grading one on paper, you should be able to then identify which of the competencies pose the greatest challenges. You could then modify your existing study plan so that you spend more time in preparing for those challenging competencies than you would on biology subject areas where you are better prepared.

A biologist is studying the effect of a new fertilizer on the growth of plants that they believe is superior to the most commonly used fertilizer. They plant two rows of plants in separate greenhouses. Greenhouse A gets the new fertilizer, Greenhouse B, the traditional fertilizer. They ensure that light, amount of water and humidity levels are identical between the two greenhouses. They measure the height of the plants once per day. They hypothesize that the new fertilizer will produce faster and larger growth. In this example, what is the water, light and humidity levels?

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The AP Biology multiple-choice section includes 60 questions and accounts for 50 percent of the exam score. The free response section includes six questions that you will need to respond to with written answers and accounts for 50 percent of the exam score. Students have three hours to complete the exam.

This handout offers several tips on effective studying. Implementing these tips into your regular study routine will help you to efficiently and effectively learn course material. Experiment with them and find some that work for you.

Think of reading as an important part of pre-studying, but learning information requires actively engaging in the material (Edwards, 2014). Active engagement is the process of constructing meaning from text that involves making connections to lectures, forming examples, and regulating your own learning (Davis, 2007). Active studying does not mean highlighting or underlining text, re-reading, or rote memorization. Though these activities may help to keep you engaged in the task, they are not considered active studying techniques and are weakly related to improved learning (Mackenzie, 1994).

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