24 Hours to the Civil Service Exams

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Peterson's, 2003 - Business & Economics - 420 pages
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Civil service candidates pressed for time and struggling to find last-minute test preparation will find the help they need in this unique guidebook. Twenty-four 1-hour lessons introduce key techniques for mastering verbal, clerical, and arithmetic questions on the entry-level exams for federal, state, and municipal positions. Whether they're candidates for technical, clerical, or administrative positions, readers will learn to avoid common mistakes and utilize tips and shortcuts that are sure to boost their scores. Features include:
-- 2 complete sample exams with answer explanations
-- 24 one-hour lessons
-- Advice on application procedures
-- Inside scoop on the civil service job market
-- Test-taking tips and strategies to help boost confidence
-- Structured study plan to help test takers budget their time

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Shannon R. Turlington is the author of a dozen Internet and college-related books including The Unofficial Guide to College Financing, The Unofficial Guide to College Admissions, The Unauthorized Guide to the Internet, Sam's Teach Yourself Netscape Communicator 4.5 in 24 Hours, and the bestseller Walking the World Wide Web. She also writes tutorials on college planning and financial aid for the web site content provider, Learnlots.com.

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