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Re: Pass the Praxis/Biology Test
marriam

    hi,
    I'ma grad from canada, and was wondering which books are
    good to study from to take the Biology Praxis II content
    knowledge and content essays.HELP!

    Marriam

    On 6/04/03, Terry wrote:
    > Here is some help!
    > We suggest going over the questions several times. You
    > should do this a number of times until you feel comfortable
    > with all questions.
    >
    > Time is the single most common fault that all test takers
    > have trouble with. If you are familar with these study
    > questions and know them well you will save time without
    > knowing it.
    >
    > Make sure you pace yourself during the test. Keep track of
    > how much time you have used not how much is left.
    >
    > Usually two choices can be eliminated from each question.
    >
    > If you can not eliminate any answers skip this question and
    > come back to it.
    >
    > When required to read a passage such as in the lab
    > questions you should scan/skim the passage to get a vague
    > impression then read the questions. You will be surprised
    > at how some answers come to you very quickly.
    >
    > Do not guess. Eliminate 1-2 choices then "pick" out the
    > best choice. You should be willing to bet money on this
    > choice.
    >
    > Scientific sounding answers are better than slang sounding
    > answers.
    >
    > Avoid extreme statements such as answers with these key
    > words
    > always...never...completely...
    >
    > If the answers contain two answers that are opposite from
    > each other then one of these is usually correct.
    >
    > These are some sample TIPS and you can get the rest of the
    > TIPS from
    > http://www.passthepraxis.com
    >
    > or the BIOLOGY study guide is ready!