Cracking the GED

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Random House Information Group, Jul 1, 2010 - Study Aids - 736 pages
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Cracking the GED, 2011 Editiondoesn’t try to teach you everything there is to know about English, mathematics, social studies and science–only the strategies and information you’ll need to prepare for and score higher on the GED. InCracking the GED, you’ll learn essential test-taking tips as well as learn how to:

•Master the subject matter and questions most likely to appear on the GED
•Use Process of Elimination and other proven techniques for maximizing your GED score
•Ace the test without having to memorize hundreds of overwhelming facts
•Write a great GED essay

Cracking the GEDincludes two GED practice tests.
  

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Contents

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Guessing and POE
16
Crazy Reading 49
48
How to Crack the Language Arts Writing Test
68
Sentence Structure
83
Usage
117
Mechanics and Organization
138
How to Crack the Language Arts Essay Test
166
How to Crack the Science Test
277
I6 Science 0verview 279
289
Physical and Earth Sciences
313
How to Crack the language Arts Reading Test
333
Fiction and Drama
343
Nonfiction and Poetry
359
How to Crck the Math Test
375
Basic Arithmetic
391

I2 Constructing Your0wn Template
204
Social Studies Part One
229
Social Studies Part Two
251
Applied Arithmetic
437
Algebra
469
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The Princeton Review is the fastest growing test-preparation company in the country, with over 60 franchise offices in the nation. Each year, we help more than 2 million students prepare for college, grad school, professional licensing exams, and successful careers.

Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

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