SAT Biology Subject Test Practice Questions

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Free Practice Questions for the SAT Biology Exam

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The SAT Subject Test in Biology is administered by the College Board six times each year in January, May, June, October, November, and December. The subject test in biology is intended to provide students with a framework for modern biology concepts and its ever-increasing information discoveries. Unifying themes concern the application of biological knowledge and critical thinking to environmental and social concerns. The test is divided into Biology Ecological (Biology-E) and Biology Molecular (Biology-M). 

Topic breakdown: 
  • Organismal biology
  • Ecology
  • Genetics
  • Cells and molecules
  • Evolution

This free practice exam features questions that will help you not only review key ecological and molecular biology concepts but also familiarize yourself with the AP exam format.
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