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Ch 6: ILTS Biology: Diversity of Life

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Use these lessons to review facts about the requirements and characteristics of living organisms. Our videos and practice quizzes can help you prepare these types of questions on the ILTS Biology test.

ILTS Biology: Diversity of Life - Chapter Summary

Let us aid you in refreshing your understanding of common characteristics of life among the Earth's organisms. Our study guide's lessons could help you prepare for the ILTS Biology test by highlighting these concepts:

  • The living system's requirement for matter and free energy
  • Organization, structure and function of living organisms
  • Cellular growth and reproduction
  • Homeostasis

We offer a variety of study tools, including a personalized Dashboard that enables you to monitor your study progress. You can ask questions of the instructors through a message board. Expand your knowledge via a computer or mobile device. You can watch at your own pace, using a clickable timeline to jump back to topics in the video you wish to review.

ILTS Biology: Diversity of Life Chapter Objectives

Illinois requires passing the ILTS Biology test as one of the requirements for certification to teach the subject. The exam assesses your understanding of basic biological concepts, including the commonalities of all living organisms. The topics covered in this Diversity of Life chapter are part of the Organismal Biology and Ecology subarea of the ILTS Biology test.

The exam consists entirely of multiple-choice questions that require you to read a statement and choose the best answer from several options. The quizzes that accompany our lessons are in this format and offer good practice prior to exam day.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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