Barron's GED 2008-2009

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Barron's Educational Series, Jun 1, 2007 - Study Aids - 931 pages
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Updated to reflect the latest GED High School Equivalency Exams, this comprehensive manual presents a diagnostic test and two full-length practice exams with all questions answered and explained. Test takers will also profit from the book's extensive subject reviews, which cover all test topics: Language Arts--Writing Parts I and II, Language Arts--Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. An overview explains the test's several parts and their time allotments and offers study advice and test-taking tips.
 

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Contents

MATHEMATICS
4
Commonly Asked Questions
6
Using the Casio fx260soLAR
12
A Diagnostic Exam
19
Sentence Structure
115
Agreement
133
Mechanics
159
B Organization
175
512
537
18
545
Numbers and Basic
553
Division
560
Parentheses
566
Order of Operations
572
Fractions
587
Comparing and Ordering
594

Additional Writing Skills
187
The Problem
196
Practice with Sample
213
Q The Essay
225
SOCIAL STUDIES
275
Practice with Social Studies
282
Practice with Interpreting Tables
290
Basics in Interpreting Political
312
Practice with Interpreting
318
Photographs
324
Handling Social Studies
337
Practice with Social Studies
343
Outline of Study for
349
Glossary of Social Studies Terms
368
12
383
Questions
417
CONTENTS
435
S Science Practice
439
16
481
j Language Arts
511
Using a Calculator for Fractions
602
Word Problems with Fractions
609
Decimal Places
620
Scientific Notation
628
Changing Decimals to Percents
634
Solving Word Problems with
640
Data Analysis
649
Line Graphs
655
594
661
Angles
695
695
716
Testtaking Strategies
723
Practice Mathematics
729
Practice Exam One
751
256
830
Practice Exam Two
841
636
866
Acknowledgments
929
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Rockowitz former Chairman, Board of Examiners, New York City Board of Education.

Samuel C. Brownstein was Chairman, Biology Dept., Wingate High School, Brooklyn, NY.

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