Check out our AP Biology Guide for what you need to know about the exam: The multiple choice-questions test your grasp of the fundamentals of biology and your ability to apply biological concepts to help solve problems.
The grid-in quantitative questions require the integration of science and mathematical skills.
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The free response section consists of two long-form free-response questions, one of which is lab or data-based, and six short-form free-response questions that require a paragraph-length argument/response.
You will have 80 minutes to answer all 8 questions and a 10-minute reading period, giving you a total amount of 90 minutes for this section.
Include in your answer (a) a description of how you would set up and perform the experiment: (b) the results you would expect from your experiments: and (c) an explanation of those results based on the principles involved.
(Be sure to clearly state the principles addressed in your discussion.) 9. Choose THREE of the following four types of cellular transport.