Fancy yourself as a budding BSc or just looking to test your science knowledge? As part of a new series, we’ve put together a selection of quizzes based around university courses to see if you’re ready to tackle the first year exams.
For the first edition, we’ve come up with 10 questions on the field of biology, to see how much you can remember from your days in the school science lab. So, if you know your amino acids from your absorption or can recite the stages of the Calvin cycle in your sleep, you might be able to prove that you could pass those tricky biology exams.
The following breakdown does contain spoilers, so don’t be tempted to have a quick peek at the answers before you take the test.
So, how did the nation compare to the brains of biology students across the UK? Did they pass with flying colours or lack a bit of the grey matter upstairs? In true university fashion, here’s what we learned after we collated the results from our research:
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