CLEP Biology Practice Exam

CLEP Biology Practice Questions

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The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Biology exam is administered by the College Board throughout the year. CLEP Biology is intended to cover material taught in a full year of general biology course in college. It is intended to survey, in particular, three major areas: molecular and cellular biology, organismal biology, and population biology.

Keep in mind this is intended as a supplmental practice tool.  For your primary materials, you should use the College Board guide, and we also recommend CLEP® Biology Book + Online (CLEP Test Preparation) and the massive Sterling CLEP Biology Practice Questionss.  Make sure you check for the latest versions of each!

Topic breakdown:

  • Molecular and Cellular biology (33%)
  • Organismal biology (34%)
  • Population biology (33%)

This free practice exam features 177 essential questions that will help you not only review key biology concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the CLEP exam format.

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