Bis2A_exam2a_spr09 - KEY BIOLOGY 2A UCD SPRING 2009 Scoring...

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KEY B IOLOGY 2 A E XAM 2, V ERSION A UCD S PRING 2009 G ERHART Scoring: Multiple choice (22 questions @ 3 points each) = 66 points + true/false (7 points) + Multi-format page (25 points) + following directions (2 pts) __________________________________________________ = 100 points possible Key to Bloom’s scoring of exam questions 1 = knowledge (recall, list, recognize) 2 = comprehension (describe, explain, define, provide an example) 3 = application (predict, use) 4 = analysis (infer, interpret, compare / contrast) Average Scores on MC + T/F by Bloom’s Level Bloom’s Level 1 2 3 4 Percent correct 82.3 66.8 44.8 25.1 What does the table tell us? Students are better at recalling information than demonstrating understanding, and are relatively inexperienced at using or interpreting information. Get your personal score breakdown from your TA in discussion! How can I do better on the next exam? Practice will improve your ability to do higher level thinking! 1. Give yourself plenty of time to absorb the information by studying early and often. 2. Then begin using the information: work through the end-of-chapter problem sets, make concept maps, develop scenarios where a piece is missing or broken, and predict the affect the change will have on the function of the system. J UST MEMORIZING THE MATERIAL WILL NOT BE SUFFICIENT TO DO WELL IN THIS COURSE !
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Choose the best answer for each question. Mark more than one answer ONLY when SPECIFICALLY told to do so. 1. What does it mean when biologists say carbon is ‘reduced’ in the Calvin cycle? (Level 2) A. It acts as an electron donor. B. Free radicals of oxygen in the carbon dioxide are stabilized. C. It is released from the cell. D. It is bonded to an organic molecule. E. It accepts high-energy electrons from NADPH. 2. During respiration, electrons travel downhill in which sequence? (Level 3) A. glucose ATP electron transport chain NADH B. food citric acid cycle ATP NAD + C. food glycolysis citric acid cycle NADH ATP D. food NADH electron transport chain oxygen E. glucose pyruvate ATP oxygen 3. During which stage(s) of respiration is NADH produced? (Mark TWO answers.) (Level 2) A. During glycolysis. B. During fermentation. C. During the TCA (Krebs) cycle. D. In the electron-transport chain. E. During the production of ATP from ADP and Pi. 4.
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