Can you pass 8th Grade Science?

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    I got 8 out of 8. Do they really teach some of those things in 8th grade? I've been a middle school teacher for close to 30 years, but to be honest I don't pay attention to the science classes. I really don't know why? Just not an area of interest to me I guess!
     
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    A few of those questions were iffy. I got 8 out of 8 though. However, it asked where the hereditery information of a cell is located, and it is located in the chromosomes, however, in eukaryotes, they chromosomes are in the nucleus. so that answer was semi-correct.
     
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    I got 8 of 8 correct!

    Ahh...I love science...

    Lara
     
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    Congratulations, you got 8/8 correct!


    Charge of a "Neuron?" They must have meant "neutron."

    Oh well, I can't spell very well myself. :-)
     
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    That's what I get for not questioning their spelling! I didn't "know" neurons had charges but I just figured it was correct. Apparently it wasn't a problem for the lot of you. Oh, well, 1968-9 is a while ago for me. It was a fun exam, actually.

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