I also did scientific name... It just seemed easier to me because the test will usually ask you the scientific name.That is pretty much up to you. I tabbed mine by scientific name because I wanted to learn them with scientific name instead of common name. You can really do either. Whatever is your preference.
To study (I don't really see why this works, but it worked really well last year), I usually just make my cheat sheet. I put like info about all orders and families, and this summer, I am reorganizing the info. To practice memorizing the names, I use Quizlet. For ID, I use the tester on the website. I haven't done that this summer, so I'm really rusty on IDSince it's summer...YAY! STUDY TIME!
How do/would you study for Entomology? Like what do you usually focus on first? And then what would be least important to you...Soemthing like that..I'm trying to see how others study, abd see if their way would help me study...My way of studying isn't that good, so yeah..
I think that can apply to both insects as a whole and individual specimens. For example a question might say "Name 3 ways insects help humans", or one could say "Name 3 ways this insect helps humans".I'm reading last year's rules and in part d it states, "Topics may include structure and function of internal and external anatomy, ecology, behavior, and history." Does this apply to individual specimens (an order/family) or is it referring to general questions about insects?
You're welcome!!ah, ok. Thanks for the clarification!
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