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APES Exam Review. Using the 1998 Released Exam. APES Exam. 100 Multiple choice questions (60%) No penalty for incorrect answers No calculators 90 minutes 4 Free Response Questions (40%) 1 Data, 1 Document Based, 2 Synthesis 90 Minutes – 22 ½ minutes per question. FRQ’s.

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APES

Exam Review

Using the 1998 Released Exam

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APES Exam

  • 100 Multiple choice questions (60%)
  • No penalty for incorrect answers
  • No calculators
  • 90 minutes
  • 4 Free Response Questions (40%)
  • 1 Data, 1 Document Based, 2 Synthesis
  • 90 Minutes – 22 ½ minutes per question
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FRQ’s

  • Answer in complete sentences; do NOT use lists, charts, outlines, etc. Show all work with units for the calculation questions.
  • • Label each section as it is labeled in the question (e.g. a, b, c or i, ii, iii)
  • • Add a clearly labeled diagram to support your answer, but it cannot be the entire answer
  • • For every statement you write, ask yourself “WHY.” If there is an answer to that ‘why’ keep on writing!
  • Display "College Knowledge”
  • • Do not answer more than what is asked for; e.g. If the questions says to choose 3 out of 5 topics, ONLY answer three out of 5; e.g. If the question asks specifically about renewable energy resources, don’t discuss fossil fuel use.
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B

A

E

D

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B

E

A

D

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B

E

C

A

B

A

E

D

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D

E

A

D

A

B

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C

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E

B

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C

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Seed Tree Harvesting– 4-5 mature trees per acre are left to repopulate area – more susceptible to damage

Clear Cutting – can lead to massive soil loss when on a slope. Forest slow to recover

Selective Harvesting–the most intensive harvesting method, removes individual trees that are ready for harvest – may damage nearby trees

Shelterwood Harvesting–mature trees are removed in two or three harvests over a period of 10 to 15 years.

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Normal Conditions:

El Nino Conditions:

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(Giga-tons) of C

(1 billion tons)