Taking the Florida Biology 1 End-of-Course Exam?
Then You Need REA's Florida Biology 1 End-of-Course Test Prep with Online Practice Exams!
If you're facing the Florida Biology 1 End-of-Course exam this year and are concerned about your score, don't worry. REA's test prep will help you sharpen your skills and pass this high-stakes exam.
REA's Florida Biology 1 End-of-Course test prep provides all the up-to-date instruction and practice you need to improve your skills. The comprehensive review features easy-to-follow examples that reinforce the concepts tested on the Biology 1 End-of-Course exam.
Our test prep is ideal for classroom, group, or individual study. Tutorials and targeted drills increase your comprehension. Color icons and graphics throughout the book highlight important concepts and tasks. REA's test-taking tips and strategies give you the confidence you need on test day - so you can pass the exam and graduate.
The book contains two full-length practice exams that let you test your knowledge while reinforcing what you've learned. The same two practice tests are also available online at REA's Study Center. The online tests give you the additional benefits of instant scoring, timed testing conditions, and diagnostic score reports that pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. Each practice test comes complete with detailed explanations of answers, so you can focus on areas where you need extra review.
This book is a must for any Florida student preparing for the Biology 1 End-of-Course exam.
About the Exam
The Florida Biology I End-of-Course exam measures middle and high school student achievement of the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. All public school students are required to pass the exam in order to receive a high school diploma.
About the Author
John Allen graduated from the University of Oklahoma. As a partner in BBE Associates, Ltd., he has worked in the educational publishing field for more than twenty-five years. He has authored or co-authored many books in the areas of science and mathematics.About Our Technical Editor
Laurie P. Callihan, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral associate for the Promoting Science among English Language Learners (P-SELL) project in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University. Her research areas within science education include policy, diversity, and teacher professional development. She has fifteen years of classroom science teaching experience with expertise in diverse classroom settings. Dr. Callihan has authored a variety of curricula, books, and academic materials in the K–20 science area.