Is a Living Environment course the same as Biology?

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My school put me in a Living Environment class because I need to take a Regents exam for it (due to change of schools) , but I took Biology my freshman year. So am I repeating the same course?

**I guess I’m asking because our textbook is a Biology textbook.

3 Answers

  • Sounds more like an ecology class to me, so I’d say no. Biology is much more general and focuses on living processes more than environmental classes would (they’d cover abiotic factors, too).

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    Is a Living Environment course the same as Biology?

    My school put me in a Living Environment class because I need to take a Regents exam for it (due to change of schools) , but I took Biology my freshman year. So am I repeating the same course?

  • not exactly the same.

    living environment is more like ecology or environmental sciences. whereas biology comprises of general plant; animal and human bilology.

    at the same time It depends upon the school or university syllabus also.


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