Judene Wright holds a master's degree in physiology and biophysics from the University of California, Irvine, and a bachelor's degree in animal physiology from the University of California, San Diego. Judene is a senior lecturer in biology with The Princeton Review, and is the senior biology developer and editor for The Princeton Review Hyperlearning medical-based preparatory courses (MCAT, DAT, OAT, and MedStart). She has developed The Princeton Review SAT II Biology E/M preparatory course, and is also involved in training new instructors for The Princeton Review. She also teaches anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry at several universities and community colleges in California.
Cracking the SAT II: Biology 2001-2002by Judene Wright, Pri, the Princeton Review (Editor), the Staff of the Princeton Review, Judene Wright
The SAT II is moving up in the world of test prep. The number of students that take these exams (formerly known as the Achievement Tests) has skyrocketed almost 40 % over the last year. More and more colleges are requiring students to submit three SAT II test scores, and students who use the Princeton Review to prepare for the SAT turn to the Princeton Review for help on the SAT II tests as well.
- Most selective colleges require students to submit three SAT II scores in addition to an SAT score
- During the 1998-99 school year, 369,819 students took nearly 750,000 SAT II exams. This represents a 38% increase over the 1997-98 school year
- SAT II: Biology has been completely revised to reflect the latest major changes in the exam
- 2001 test dates: January 27, May 5, June 2.
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This book covers the basics and doesn't go over many details or exceptions. However, if taking a good (Honors) Biology course, this is good as a refresher to jog your memory. Honestly though, I used this book one year after it came out, and didn't finish reading it until one or two days before the exam, so its effectiveness is inconclusive. Even so, many of my teachers recommend Princeton Review for its clarity and simplicity over Kaplan and Peterson's in science and other subjects.