Did your principal order an initiative that requires you to offer retakes on exams like ours did? If so, do you suddenly need two comparable blood unit tests? Look no further; this test set is for you! This series is for a unit about blood for students taking human anatomy and physiology. Each test has twenty-two multiple-choice questions and a section where students sequence the clotting process. Perhaps your school doesn't offer retakes. But, on the other hand, maybe you want a second test version anyway for the students who need to make up the test following an absence.
The questions on both tests cover the blood cell formation process, blood cell classification, blood cell functions, blood cell facts, blood functions, blood medical conditions, the clotting process, the various blood tests professionals use for health screening, the essential hormones involved with blood-related physiology, how antigens determine the blood type, the antibodies individuals with certain blood types have, and how a fetus with the wrong Rh blood type can put an expecting mother at risk and for which pregnancy.
This assessment set will become editable upon conversion to Microsoft Word using an Adobe Acrobat Reader DC app. Each test comes with a colored answer key.
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This lesson correlates with my other publications about blood for human anatomy and physiology.
Blood Unit Vocabulary Tournament
Blood Cell and Hormone Response to Physiological Issues Table