The more effort
you put into the review process, the more you will remember.
The more you review, the more likely you will be to do well on
the final. Here are some suggestions.
Students will benefit by reviewing their labs and
notes on the topics below.
Create a multiple choice practice test that covers each of the topics
below (about 4 questions per topic.)
Create an outline with major facts. Create a vocabulary list, and
make sure you understand each word.
Remember, the final covers two days and will begin June 17.
Safety procedures in science
Scientific Method (controlled studies, variables)
Microscope use (calculating magnification, making wet mount slides,
Chemical basis of life
Diffusion and Osmosis
Cells & Cell Theory (structure, organelles, specialization, plant
& animal cells)
Mitosis and Meiosis
Tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms
Pyramid of life (from atoms → complex organisms)
Ecosystems, succession, adaptation, diversity, and variation
Evolution, (micro & macro), Darwin,
theories, and laws
Taxonomy and Binomial nomenclature
Kingdoms (Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Eubacteria, &
Photosynthesis & Cellular respiration
Characteristics of living things
Mendelian genetics, phenotypes, genotypes, Punnett Squares and traits
Refer to the
7th grade website:
The more work YOU do, the better prepared YOU will be.