Katharine Colucci

Regents Review!
 
 
** Scroll down for helpful review links **
The Living Environment Regents
Bring two #2 pencils and 2 pens (black or blue ink only)
4-function calculator

 
Part A
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35 multiple-choice questions.

Part B --Multiple-Choice and Free-Response
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Variable number of questions that may be based on direct
knowledge of biology, interpretation of experimental data,
analysis of readings in science, and ability to deal with
representations of biological phenomena. You will be required to
answer all questions of Part B.

Part C --Free-Response
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Variable number of questions that may be based on direct
knowledge of biology, interpretation of experimental data,
analysis of readings in science, and ability to deal with
representations of biological phenomena. You will be required to
answer all questions in Part C.

Part D - Laboratory practical exam
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Based on the four required laboratory activities:
   Diffusion Across a Membrane
   Beaks of Finches
   Making Connections
   Relationships and Biodiversity

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               ***LINKS***

Regents Prep: Living Environment Unit Review
http://regentsprep.org/Regents/biology/biology.cfm

Living Environment Part D Review
http://www.troy.k12.ny.us/academics/bio/required_labs.asp

Living Environment Review - Use the links on the left side of the
page
http://www.ekcsk12.org/faculty/jbuckley/regbio/curriculum.html

Biology Online
http://www.troy.k12.ny.us/academics/bio/skinny/index.asp

101 Things to Know About Biology
http://www.southlewis.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectiondetailid=1504&sc_timestamp=1085618236

What you absolutely must know to pass the NYS Living Environment
Regents
http://www.newyorkscienceteacher.com/sci/files/user-submitted/LE_Must_Know_Facts.pdf

NYS Regents Exams
http://www.nysedregents.org/LivingEnvironment/