Keystone Exams are end-of-course assessments designed to evaluate
proficiency in academic content. The Biology Keystone Exam is separated
into two modules, or days. In order to pass the exam, students must
earn proficient score or higher of 1500. This score is an average of
the two modules that make up the exam. Some information regarding the
exam is linked below.
is some information to help you review for the exam. Since the exam is
made up of multiple-choice and constructed response questions, a quia
page has been set up with multiple-choice and short answer questions.
The quizzes are split up into sections; one quiz for each assessment
the teachers folder (LHimler > Biology Tutorial Videos) you will
find a wide selection of "Crash Course" Biology videos by Hank Green.
These videos review the eligible content for the Biology Keystone Exam.
In addition to these videos, below are a few ways to review the material for the exam.
2. Biology Summary Sheets from Downingtown Area School District
3. Keystone Supplemental Review from Downingtown Area School District
4. Keystone Practice Test
This is a comprehensive test with both multiple choice and short answer
questions. It would be in your best interest to complete the test to
the best of your ability before checking the answer key