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Get ready for the final
There will 100 multiple choice questions covering the entire semester.
If the way you usually study is not working try one or more of these ideas. I recommend doing
as many of these as you can in addition to reviewing lecture notes, study guides, labs, prezis, and
online videos and lectures such as crash course biology. Some ideas are specific to a unit and others
can be applied to multiple units. This list in not intended to be comprehensive.
Unit one:
Make a chart like this of the characteristic of living things:
Characteristic / trait
Make a chart like the one above of macromolecules (e. proteins), polymers (polypeptides),
monomers ( amino acids), examples in the cell (enzymes, channels in the cell membrane).
Make a flow chart of the scientific method that gives an example from an experiment.
Make a diagram of how an enzyme works.
Unit two:
Write a narrative as if you are giving a tour of a plant and animal cell or make a travel brochure for
the cell that explains what you can do at each location.
Make a chart of passive vs active transport and explain the pros and cons of each for a cell.
Make a diagram that shows how osmosis works.
Unit three:
Make a flow chart or multi-framed cartoon of both photosynthesis and respiration that includes: the
molecules involved, the sources of energy, the processes, and locations for each process.
Unit four:
Make multi-framed, colorful cartoons of: DNA replication, transcription, and translation. Or do a flow
chart of transcription, translation, and protein synthesis that includes how, where, why, and what.
Any unit:
Devise your own mnemonics for a topic. (Such as: Why only one ring?), Write a song or a poem
about a topic. Create a dance or other kinesthetic representation of a topic. Write a fairytale or a mini
graphic novel of a topic. Focus on themes and logic of a unit and group detailed information to create
associations. Use your Greek/ Latin roots to help you with vocabulary.
Be sure to get a good night’s sleep before the final and have protein for breakfast.