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Do you think Biology is the most interesting subject ever, especially the parts of the class where you get to learn about all the different ways in which organisms interact with each other, how energy moves in cycles, and how scientific concepts play out on an environmental scale? Do you need to figure out some way to make your college applications look extra-impressive before submitting it? Well, by taking the SAT Subject Test in Biology: Ecological, you can put your interest in Ecology to use in a way that will make your applications shine!

SAT Subject Tests are hour-long exams that each test a particular subject in great depth. This is very different from what the “normal” SAT aims to do, which is to test a bunch of core high-school concepts to generate a more generalized view of your skills. The SAT Subject Test in Biology tests just Biology over the course of eighty multiple-choice questions. (SAT Subject Tests don’t contain essay sections). The first sixty of these questions are about general biological concepts. If you take the SAT Subject Test in Biology: Ecological at the same time as your lab partner takes the SAT Subject Test in Biology: Molecular, you will both be asked to answer the same first sixty problems before the tests diverge into specialized kinds of Biology. So, the last twenty questions on every SAT Subject Test in Biology: Ecological have to do specifically with ecological concepts, like biomes, keystone species, food webs, energy transfers, and the effects of various kinds of pollution.

If you’re suddenly getting nervous while trying to remember what, exactly, a keystone species is, perhaps you could calm yourself down by coming up with an organized plan of study that includes Varsity Tutors’ free SAT Practice Tests in Biology: Ecological. You can think of these tests as being like quizzes; each one asks about twelve multiple-choice questions just like the kind you’ll be asked to answer on the real SAT Subject Test. Not only do you get to see your score after answering all of the questions, but you also get to see how your score compares to scores other test takers earned when answering the exact same questions. If you miss a question, you can use Varsity Tutors’ full explanations to figure out where you erred. Over time, you will be able to identify the areas that you don’t understand very well and that you need to focus on. You can then choose to answer Varsity Tutors’ Practice Test questions organized by concept. By approaching the SAT Subject Test in Biology: Ecological with a clear plan of action and some confidence, there will be nothing stopping you from working to achieve a score on the exam that you’ll be proud to include with your application.

 

Free SAT II Biology E Practice Tests

Our completely free SAT II Biology E practice tests are the perfect way to brush up your skills. Take one of our many SAT II Biology E practice tests for a run-through of commonly asked questions. You will receive incredibly detailed scoring results at the end of your SAT II Biology E practice test to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Pick one of our SAT II Biology E practice tests now and begin!

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SAT II Biology E Problem Set 10

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SAT II Biology E Problem Set 1

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