Biology 301
Taxonomy of Flowering Plants


Exam Drills (Twenty Questions)

    These pages provide some exposure to the type of testing that you will encounter this semester.  They can be used as a self test to determine your level of preparation for a given exam.  Simply move through the file and, when finished, 'submit' (bottom of page) your responses.  Your work will be graded and the results displayed.  You can also continue with the exercise by trying again for those questions answered incorrectly.

           3 Sets of Twenty Questions (more for final)         

  Exam I:  Set 1 Set 2 Set 3
 Exam II: Set 1 Set 2
Set 3
Exam III:
Set 1
Set 2
Set 3
Exam IV:
Set 1
Set 2
Set 3
      Final:
Set 1
Set 2
Set 3

   
Our work with the Biology 301 'exam drill' system is based on source files obtained in 1995 from what was then the 'Interactive Exam project' (Richard Roy) at the University of Connecticut Library.   The 1995 files were modified by Computer Science student Erich Schneider at the Texas A&M Center for the Study of Digital Libraries (CSDL) to allow placement of files produced by Dr. Wilson at the local (CSDL) server.


Herbarium, Department of Biology, Texas A&M University.  These WWW pages are being developed, with support from the Texas A&M Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, for the personal use of systematic botany students. They are not designed for commercial use or publication. 
Return to the Biology 301 homepage.  This page was updated by Hugh Wilson in May of 2008.