With the new AP Biology Exam just over two months away, I’ve started thinking more about the new question formats. According to the College Board, the first half of the exam will have 69 questions; 6 of these will be grid-in questions. These questions require numerical responses and the answers must be entered into a grid on the answer sheet.
I’ve created a resource in order to prepare my students for this unique question style. You can download the worksheet by clicking on the image below.
Update: The document now includes a teacher’s guide with solutions and explanations.
Still have questions about the Do’s and Don’ts of filling in the Grid-In question? Check out my post:
While you’re at it, check out my latest blog post about writing better FRQs.
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