The GACE Biology Exam is a state-approved assessment for aspiring public school educators in the state of Georgia. This exam measures the knowledge and skills required to teach biology in secondary school classrooms. The exam is made up of two tests which can be taken together or separately. The first test contains two subareas and these are (I) Cell Biology: Cell structure and Function, and (II) Genetics and Evolution. The second test contains three subareas, which are (I) Scientific Inquiry, Processes, Technology, and Society, (II) Organismal Biology, and (III) Ecology: Organisms and Environments. The test is administered on a computer, and lasts 5 hours including time allotted for directional screens and tutorials.