What’s cytokinesis? A Punnett square? High school biology is less macro, more micro, and, sometimes, even atomic. It’s learning about cell division and DNA and how we turn food into the energy we need to survive.
The National Center for Education Statistics says science scores for 12th-graders didn’t change much from 2009 to 2015, and as a country, we’re still well below proficient. Do you remember your high school biology class? Lab experiments? Dissecting frogs? If you took our eighth grade test, put your memory to this one, based on questions from standardized exams in Massachusetts, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Louisiana, and California. Find out — can you out-science a high schooler?