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What is the best way to study for biology?

lechat123lechat123 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
I am taking an Honors Biology course as a freshman in high school, and I am looking for some ways to strongly improve my performance in this course. I am considering a career in medicine when I get older.

Replies to: What is the best way to study for biology?

  • r2v2018r2v2018 Registered User Posts: 303 Member
    edited May 2018
    I took high school biology and AP Biology. High school biology, such as your Honors Biology class, is probably going to be best mastered via memorization of terminology and a surface-level understanding of processes. If you decide to take biology again in high school at an advanced level, like AP, IB, or dual enrollment, you will need strong conceptual knowledge (explanations for biological processes and how they function/interact, for example) which can get pretty technical on top of terminology.
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