Cracking the GED

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The Princeton Review, Jun 1, 2005 - Education - 599 pages
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The GED has a fast-growing market, with more and more students taking the exam as an alternate way of earning their high school diplomas. The good news for test takers is that The Princeton Review knows exactly what material appears on the GED each year--and what doesn't.

This Cracking the GED guide makes life much easier for students by giving them only the information they need to earn a high score and get their diploma. And of course, the 2006 edition covers all the most recent changes to the exam.

Book includes two full-length practice tests.
  

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Contents

Orientation
1
Getting Started
3
Taking the GED
11
Guessing and POE
19
Crazy Graphics
23
Crazy Reading
41
How to Crack the Language Arts Writing Test
57
Sentence Structure
69
Life Science
253
Physical Science
273
How to Crack the Language Arts Reading Test
289
Fiction and Drama
297
Nonfiction and Poetry
313
How to Crack the Math Test
327
Basic Arithmetic
341
Applied Arithmetic
379

Mechanics and Organization
119
How to Crack the Language Arts Essay Test
143
The Template
149
Constructing Your Own Template
163
How to Crack the Social Studies Test
181
Social Studies Part One
199
Social Studies Part Two
221
How to Crack the Science Test
243
Geometry
423
Answer Key to Drills
449
The Princeton Review GED Practice Tests
477
Practice Test 1
479
Practice Test 2
537
Scoring Guide for The Princeton Review GED Practice Tests
598
About the Authors
600
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Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

Pearson graduated from Barnard College, and joined the Princeton Review as a teacher and development person.

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