The GED For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 20, 2010 - Study Aids - 432 pages
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Get the skills and know-how you need to pass the GED test

Earning a GED can provide you with an advantage over other job and education candidates and the confidence to take the next step. The GED For Dummies, 2nd Edition gives you fresh and relevant example questions from the GED and even more hands-on training in each of the 5 subject areas to help you maximize your success and earn a passing score.

  • Features 2 full practice tests in each of the 5 subject areas with detailed walk-throughs and explanations for every solution
  • Offers advice on test preparation, from registering and studying effectively to managing your time during the exam

Improve your job and education prospects now by studying for the GED with this easy-to-follow, proven guide!

  

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For the price wonderful book would deft recommend it but g.e.d classes would be way better shipping was slow overal great product Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Part I Putting the GED into Perspective
5
Part II Minding Your Ps and Qs The Language Arts Writing Test
39
Part III Finding Your Way The Social Studies Test
115
Part IV Peering at Your Specimen The Science Test
173
Part V Checking Your Comprehension The Language Arts Reading Test
241
Part VI Counting All the Possible Solutions The Mathematics Test
293
Part VII The Part of Tens
389
Index
407
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About the author (2010)

Murray Shukyn designs programs and teaching materials for GED preparation.

Dale E. Shuttleworth, PhD, has extensive experience in speaking and writing about educational issues and GED training. Both authors are former teachers and are involved in community outreach on education issues.

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