Nov 6 Sat Ii Bio....

<p>I took it today, my first time taking it because I'm in AP Biology this year (should have taken it last year), and I thought it was easy. I didn't know a few things because we haven't covered everything yet it the class (I've only had it for a semester) but I think I probably got a faily decent score. I took the M section, but I looked over the E section and that one seemed pretty simple too. Anyone have any thoughts on the difficulty of the test?</p>

<p>i think that the p e n i s one was hard? whats the answer for that one? i put epidymis put i think im wrong (couldn't decide between epidymis, semiferous tubes or vas deferns, but A and B were clearly wrong)</p>

<p>Urethra. Semen and urine both pass through the urethra.</p>

<p>if you want a 650 on the math section of the sat what is the greatest amount of questions you can get wrong, and omit?</p>

you seriously need to go see a psychiatrist for obsessive compulsive disorder. dont post the same question everywhere unless you want to be attacked by the underground CC mafia</p>

<p>yeah and i didnt take the bio test this time, but semen and urine both pass through the urethra. the epidydimides are where sperm mature, vas deferens carries the sperm prior to ejaculation, then it goes to urethra. PS, Urethra Franklin is a great singer. lol</p>

<p>adadasity or watever ure name is:</p>

<p>when the question gets answered ill stop posting it</p>

<p>I personally thought that the test was of medium-difficulty to me. Being that my school's Biology course is pretty much general biology, we didn't go over any organismal biology or some of ecology at all. I had to teach and prep for myself so that may have been the reason for its difficulty. I also have a few questions, for the first 3, I forgot the order but was it tropical rainforests, coniferous forests (I put desert for this one :(), and tundra? For the BMR experiment, I had that grasshoppers' BMR rate correlates with temperature or something... Is that right? And finally, the cross-section graph, was it arteries have the highest pressure or is it that veins have lower pressure compared to arteries (or something along that line)?</p>

<p>Oh and, if I left 3 blank, around what would be the max I could miss? Thanks!</p>

<p>i thought it was really hard. I think I can pull of 640-650 though. I did that on practices. Well actually, last wednesday I got a 570, thurday i got a 610 and friday I got a 640. Each day had more studying than the last.</p>

<p>Oops, I meant that if I left 3 blank, around how many could I miss in order to get a 700. Sorry about that.</p>

<p>xoeoeix or whatever your name is</p>

<p>You're kind of off topic.
I hope you noticed that math and biology are two different subjects</p>

<p>Yes Rwave im pretty sure that you're correct for all of them. If you left three blank, you'll need to get everything else right to get an 800. You'll probably need less than 8 wrong to get a 700. I think sparknotes has estimates for scores if you go into their biology test prep book.</p>