Can you take both Biology E and M?

<p>Can you take both Biology E and B? Only in separate sittings? Anyone find one to to be easier than the other?</p>

<p>No, you cannot take both E and M in a single setting. Of course you are free to take each on a separate sitting. The reasoning behind this is that (as you should already know) both E and M have core questions in common.</p>

<p>As a "strategy" (I use the term loosely), you can flip through both the E and the M section to see which has questions you can answer more confidently for that particular test form, you should have a pretty good idea about which you would do better on based on your experience with practice tests.</p>

<p>E is generally understood to be slightly easier, because the curve for that version is slightly steeper. Conversely, M is slightly harder (more analytical, abstract), but the curve is more generous.</p>

<p>In my experience, I normally did better on M because which I did not make too many mistakes in the either specialized E or M sections (since I knew what kinds of questions to expect), I made mistakes in the core questions. And even with the same questions wrong int he core section, the more generous M curve saved my score!</p>

<p>Good luck!</p>

<p>^That was a really good explanation of the e/m dilemma. You should post that on every single e/m thread.</p>