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Biology Books for College & University Students, CLEP Book, Audio CD

Biology Books for College & University Students1. Biology : Concepts and Applications (Paperbound with InfoTrac and CD-ROM) by Cecie Starr, Paperback: 880 pages, Publisher: Brooks Cole
This best-selling text is designed to help students understand biology by engaging them in learning in every way possible. The book's extensive array of multimedia resources enriches the book's hallmark features: unique visuals on every page, applications in every chapter that show how biology is inextricably linked to everyday life, and activities and resources throughout the book that encourage critical thinking and spark curiosity in biological investigation. CD-ROM and segments on the FREE accompanying interactive CD-ROM, CNN Today Videos, Web links, and reading from the InfoTrac College Edition library are all integrated with the text to support, illuminate, and reinforce the text. Cecie Starr's visuals work hand in hand with her clear writing. Each basic concept appears as a one- or two-page concept spread. This format helps student focus on information in manageable easy-to-understand segments. Main points are laid out clearly, summarized, and reinforced by visuals. The carefully written transitions between Concept Spreads help students grasp how each concept fits into the whole story.

2. Kaplan SAT II: Biology E/M 2004-2005 (Kaplan Sat II : Biology E/M) by Kaplan, 416 pages
Comes complete with a targeted review of all the material on the exam, plus Kaplan's proven score-increasing strategies. This powerful combination will help you go into the test with confidence and come out with a higher score. 3 Full-Length Practice Tests with Detailed Answer Explanations The Most Up-to-Date Information on the Test Review of All Tested Subjects, Including: Ecology, Cellular Biology, Cellular Energetics, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Evolution& Diversity, Organismal Biology.

3. How to Prepare for the SAT II Biology E/M by Maurice Bleifeld, Paperback: 384 pages, Barron's
Intensive preparation for the SAT II Biology E/M test includes a mini-diagnostic test and four full-length practice tests, all with answers and explanations. Two of the practice tests include core questions in general biology plus questions specifically relating to Biology E (Ecology). The other two tests include core questions and questions relating specifically to Biology M (Molecular Biology). An extensive subject review covers all test topics. They include: the cell and molecular biology; disease and the body's protective mechanisms; reproduction in lower organisms, plants, and animals; genetics; evolution; conservation of natural resources and environmental science; and the classification of living things. The book also presents an overview of the test as well as useful test-taking tips.

4. CLEP Biology (REA) - The Best Test Prep for the CLEP Exam (Test Preps) by Laurie Ann Callihan, Paperback: 280 pages, Publisher: Research & Education Association
This newly revised biology edition comes complete with 3 full-length practice exams devised from the real exam. All exams are fully answered in explicit detail. Comprehensive review chemistry of biology, cellular and molecular biology, plants/botony, animals/zoology, principles of heredity/genetics, population biology and evolution. Fully indexed for quick searches. Follow up your study with REA's test-taking strategies, powerhouse drills and study schedule that get you ready for test day.

5. Peterson's Graduate Programs in the Biological Sciences 2005: Book 3, Paperback: 1665 pages, Publisher: Peterson's Guides
The six volumes of Peterson's Annual Guides to Graduate Study, the only annually updated reference work of its kind, provide wide-ranging information on the graduate and professional programs offered by accredited colleges and universities in the United States and U.S. territories and those in Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Africa that are accredited by U.S. accrediting bodies. Books 2 through 6 are divided into sections that contain one or more directories devoted to individual programs in a particular field. Book 3 contains programs of study in the biological sciences.

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