Cracking the Regents Earth Science: 2000
5 Actual Exams with Answers Explained
--Plus the August 1999 Exam--
It's no secret: The best way to ace the Regents exam is by practicing on real tests. This guide includes 5 actual full-length Earth Science Regents exams with answers and complete explanations, plus the August 1999 exam.
In "Cracking the Regents Earth Science, 2000 Edition, the Regents experts at The Princeton Review teach you the test-taking techniques you'll need to know.
*Focus on the material that is most likely to show up on the test.
*Use process of elimination to guess when you're not sure of an answer.
*Practice your skills on the actual Earth Science Regents exams inside.
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