The creation of this site would not have been possible without the help and support of...
Our AP Biology class (1996-97)
Parents and Friends - thanx!
Patient and Willing Site Testers
The DC radio stations for preserving our sanity
Franke's Library of Backgrounds
Chris Stephens for his cool bars
And most of all...
We would like to extend our tremendous gratitude to Ms. DeMott and Ms. Cathey. We thank you for your patience, long hours, guidance, and advice. We could not have done this web page without you.
(All of the material presented in this web site, unless otherwise noted, was originally composed by the team.)
Audesirk, Gerald, and Teresa Audesirk. Biology: Life On Earth. 3rd ed. New York : Macmillan
Publishing Co., 1993.
Brum, Gil, Larry McKane, and Gerry Karp. Biology: Exploring Life. 2nd ed. New York: John
Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1994.
Campbell, Neil A. Biology. 4th ed. New York: Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company Inc.,
DeskGallery Clip-Art Library. Tuscon: Zedcor, Inc., 1994.
(For all the black and white graphics.)
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Permission is hereby granted to any nonprofit educational organization to reproduce these test materials, in whole or in part, for limited use with students, provided that the materials are not sold and that the copyright notices are retained as they appear here. This permission does not apply to any third-party copyrights contained within them. AP exam materials are intended for use by AP teachers for interactive, instructional purposes.
ABOUT THIS SITE
(and its worthy creators)
We - Jennifer Dreiling, Lara Gogolak, Caroline Pott - labored many grueling hours to put this site together. We had lots of fun making it, and hope it has proved useful. We've just finished our junior year of high school, and survived the AP Bio exam this May - all of us received a 5! (we understand your pain, but it will be a sweet victory!) We're not the science nerds you might think, but we do enjoy biology and have future prospects in related fields. Our hope is that this site proves to be a useful tool for anyone preparing for the Advanced Placement Biology exam.
If you have questions or comments, feel free to contact us at the following e-mail address:
Not everything covered here will be on the exam, but our examples are all relevant to biology and should provide a good base for the thematic approach.
GOOD LUCK!! :) and remember...
Rosie the Riveter of WWII by J. Howard Miller
© The American Postcard Co., Inc., N.Y.C.
so can you!
Last updated: 7/1/97