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***AP Biology 2015 Thread***

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  • PRAN1999PRAN1999 Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    Evolution is a major topic on the AP exam. You can probable find a full list of topics on the CB website. The same applies for cells, possibly more so because there are about a million different things going on in a cell. I personally ended up studying the cell membrane (and signal receptors) and transcription/translation more than other topics.

    You should also be aware of the grid-ins on the AP exam. While I'm not sure about the make-up test, the grid-ins this year were essentially a joke but you had to know what was going on. There was no real math going on though. That may not be the case this year so be sure to practice the grid-ins.
  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 35,238 Super Moderator
    Closing thread. New comments should be made on the 2015-2016 thread.
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