COOP & HSPT (Rea) - The Best Test Prep: For the Cooperative Admissions Exam & High School Placement Test

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Research & Education Assn, Jul 24, 2001 - Education - 752 pages
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REA's COOP and HSPT Catholic and Private High School Entrance Exams Study Guides!
Are you prepared to excel on these state high-stakes assessment exams? 
* Find out what you know and what you should know
* Use REA's advice and tips to ready yourself for proper study and practice
Sharpen your knowledge and skills
* The book's full subject review refreshes knowledge and covers all topics on the official exams: COOP: Sequences, Analogies, Memory, Verbal Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Concepts and Applications, and Language Expression. HSPT: Verbal Skills, Quantitative Skills, Reading, Mathematics, and Language Skills
* Smart and friendly lessons reinforce necessary skills
* Key tutorials enhance specific abilities needed on the test
* Targeted drills increase comprehension and help organize study
* Color icons and graphics highlight important concepts and tasks
Practice for real
* Create the closest experience to test-day conditions with two full-length practice tests, one for each exam, plus two more optional HSPT tests
* Chart your progress with detailed explanations of each answer
* Boost confidence with test-taking strategies and focused drills
Ideal for Classroom, Family, or Solo Test Preparation!
REA has helped generations of students study smart and excel on the important tests. REA’s study guides for state-required exams are teacher-recommended and written by experts who have mastered the test.

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About the author (2001)

Anita Price Davis is a North Carolina native. She graduated from Appalachian State, holds a doctorate from Duke, and is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Education at Converse College. Her father, Arthur F. Price--a former resident of Cleveland County--lost his life during World War II. James M. Walker is a photographer and school volunteer; he recently retired after 31 years with the Rutherford County public schools.

Brian Walsh is Assistant Professor in the English Department at Yale University.

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