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Ch 3: ASVAB: Cell Division

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Use this handy set of video lessons to refresh your memory of science topics like cell division for the ASVAB. The quick quizzes that follow each lesson can tell you if you're on the right track.

ASVAB: Cell Division - Chapter Summary

Not sure where to start? Revisit the essentials of cell division for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) with our helpful video lessons. All the content listed below is included in this chapter to guide your study:

  • Mitotic spindle
  • Meiosis
  • Phases of chromosome segregation
  • Reductional cell division
  • Equational cell division

Our engaging lessons offer interesting animations, clear audio and video tags to make your review fun and beneficial. Full transcripts are readily available to accompany the videos or stand on their own. Take the short, self-assessment quizzes to see how you're doing, and complete the chapter test to verify mastery!

ASVAB: Cell Division Objectives

The ASVAB is administered to recruits to find out where they fit in best within the military. It's made up of various sub-tests, of which General Science is one. The battery may be taken as a computer-assisted test or by pencil and paper. The science subtest measures your competencies in both biological and physical sciences. Our multiple-choice assessments offer you great practice for the types of questions you'll see on the ASVAB.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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