Passing the GED

Passing the GED

Book - 1987
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The choice of GED educators and students This book has been specifically designed to prepare you to pass the GED test. It contains the most up-to-date information to provide the bestlearning in the shortesttime, whether you need a great deal of in-depth preparartion or a quick refresher in the five subject areas. Features: Combines thoroughness with versatility and ease of use. Covers all five subject areas (including the recently added essay test(--color-coded for quick reference. Abundant test material--Pretests, Minitests, Posttests--to help you analyze your performance at every stage of preparation with detailed answer explanations to help you understand why you were right or wrong. Instructional, color-tinted columns within each fubjedt area--provide information, helpful hints, special terms, and practice exercises. Concentration on thinking and writing skills--development from the ground up. Clear esplanations of: Whois eligible to take the GED Whatsubjects does the GED cover Whenshould the test be taken Whereis the test given Whyshould you consider taking the GED Howwill the test be scored Test-taking tips on--solving test items, increasing study time, building self-confidence. Exclusive features: Coming-to-terms--carefully selected, highlighted terms, whose meanings really help you understand a subject or a skill. Warm-ups--exercises to check your understanding of new concepts before you go on to the sample test items on each page. Time management chart--to better organize your valuable time.
Publisher: Glenview, Ill. : Scott, Foresman, Lifelong Learning Division, c1987.
Edition: Rev.
ISBN: 9780673243140
Branch Call Number: 373.1262 Passing
Characteristics: 776 p. :,ill. ;,28 cm.


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