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This DAT Biology prep book contains 1,500 Biology practice
questions with detailed explanations that will help you to:
- master important biology concepts
- assess your knowledge of different Biology topics
- improve your test-taking skills
- prepare for the Biology portion of the DAT comprehensively and
DAT Biology 1,500 Practice Questions by Sterling Test Prep is
comprised of all Biology topics tested on the DAT.
Scoring well on the DAT is important for admission into dental
school. To achieve a high score, you need to develop skills to
properly apply the knowledge you have and quickly choose the
correct answer. You must solve numerous practice questions that
represent the style and content of the DAT questions. Understanding
key science concepts is more valuable than memorizing terms.
The explanations discuss why the answer is correct and - more
importantly - why another answer that may have seemed correct is
the wrong choice. These explanations include the foundations and
details of important science topics needed to answer related
questions on the DAT Biology section. By reading these explanations
carefully and understanding how they apply to solving the question,
you will learn important biology concepts and the relationships
between them. This will prepare you for the test and will
significantly improve your score.
All the questions are prepared by our science editors that possess
extensive credentials, are educated in top colleges and
universities. Our editors are experts on teaching sciences,
preparing students for standardized science tests and have coached
thousands of graduate school applicants on admission strategies.
Cellular and Molecular Biology questions: eukaryotic cell:
structure and function; molecular biology of eukaryotes, cellular
metabolism and enzymes, specialized cells and tissues;
Ecology: energy flow, nutrient cycles, ecosystems, biomes;
populations, communities, conservation biology.
Genetics: DNA and protein synthesis; genetics.
Biological Systems: endocrine, nervous, circulatory, lymphatic,
immune, digestive, excretory, muscle, skeletal systems,
respiratory, skin, reproductive systems; development.
Evolution: evolution, natural selection, classification, diversity;
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