Welcome to AP Biology Review

Hi, I’m Kevin Powell, Editor-in-Chief at Biology Junction, an essential site dedicated to helping those doing advanced placement biology work in high school. I’m a former AP Biology student myself, who now dedicates my life and time in tutoring and providing successful strategies for passing this advanced course and earning college credit. Our site provides the best AP Biology review content and provides helpful information for both students and teachers of the subject.

Biology Junction has a dedicated team of specialists whose mission in life is to turn AP Biology from what some would call a lackluster science lecture series into a more proactive learning experience. Through many years of time, we’ve developed and adopted the best of the best in terms of study aids, essential work guides, systems and peripherals.

 

What is AP Biology?

AP Biology is about more than simply passing the class itself. Your instructor must also prepare you for a challenging exam at the end of the school year which is equivalent to a college-level exam. This exam is nothing like any other test you’ll take in your life at high school. The exam process features 63 multiple choice questions, six grid-in math questions, two long free-response essay questions, and six short free-response questions.

All in all, the exam process takes four hours to complete. The final score has no bearing on your class grade, it’s for College Board purposes. Students are graded on a scale of 1.0 to 4.0. A passing grade of 3.0 means the student earns an equivalent academic credit. This system eliminates the need to take introductory-level biology in college.

AP Biology is an introductory biology class for students who want to study the field of biology further beyond high school.

 

What Subjects Are Covered on an AP Biology Course?

Several essential biological topics and material are covered on an AP biology course. Some material on the course will be covered more extensively than others and this also reflects in the exam. Some of the main topics that are covered in an AP biology course include:

  • Molecular Biology
  • Anatomy Concepts and physiology
  • Life and Evolution
  • Genetics
  • Organization of Living Systems
  • Hereditary
  • Cells
  • Biological Development
  • Ecology

What is the Best AP Biology Review Book?

A good AP Biology Review book is essential for students who are studying and preparing for an AP Biology exam which takes place at the end of the school year.

“Cracking The AP Biology Exam” by The Princeton Review is the perfect book to accompany your class notes when studying towards the AP Biology exam. The Princeton Review is known for publishing top quality review books, and the material in this particular book is no disappointment for anyone looking for a good AP Biology review book. The concepts in this book deliver all of the information needed to get a top score in the AP Biology exam.

The book contains a review of each of the topics that are covered in the course and is broken up into easy to understand sections. Each section ends with a short review of all of the important key topics and words for that particular section, along with some questions to test your knowledge.

There is also a separate section which covers everything that you should expect from the AP Biology exam. It also gives you an extensive guide on how to create your own study plan and the best ways to approach studying towards the exam.

The book is great because it provides helpful test-taking tips which may not be covered in a day at school, and provides advice on how to best approach the exam. It also provides a number of practice tests and practice AP Biology review questions which are perfect for anyone who is unsure of what to expect from the exam. This also helps to give you insight into the areas that you need to focus your studies on.

The book is great for students as it is very easy to read and features a number of diagrams such as free energy diagrams which makes it a more interesting and bearable study guide than some of the others on the market.

 

 

If you’re an AP Biology science student, teacher, or tutor, Biology Junction is an essential and powerful system you don’t want to be without on any day of school. We look forward to helping you through this challenging yet fascinating study of living systems and the introductory biology course that generates an opening for the further study of more intense and extensive biology. Feel free to contact us, this site is, after all, written for you.

 

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