GED Basics: Social Studies: Chapter 4 of 6

Front Cover
Peterson's, Aug 1, 2010 - Study Aids
1 Review
Petersons GED Basics: Social Studies offers test-taking tips, subject review,
exercises, and practice test questions to help a reader score high on the GED
Social Studies Test. Readers will benefit from the review and practice
exercises of subject areas such as geography, behavioral science, economics,
political science, and history. The Test Yourself section will help you see if
you are prepared to take this test of the GED or if additional review is
needed.

In addition, Answering Your Questions about the GED offers answers to
commonly asked questions about the GED where to take the test, whats on the
test, how the test is scored, when results are sent, if one can take the GED
more than once and more.

Need extra help in history? In GED Basics: Social Studies, readers will see
easy-to-use links to HippoCampus.org, an innovative Web site where interactive
subject help is offered via high-quality multimedia lessons and course content.
HippoCampus is a project of the Monterey Institute for Technology and
Education (MITE), supported by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and
designed as part of Open Education Resources (OER).

GED Basics: Social Studies is a chapter of GED Basics, which offers test-taking
tips, subject review, and practice test questions for each GED TestLanguage
Arts, Reading; Language Arts, Writing (Parts I and II); Social Studies;
Science; and Math (Parts I and II).
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Social Studies
26
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
31
ECONOMICS
35
POLITICAL SCIENCE
40
HISTORY
44
Test Yourself
53
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2010)

Foreword is by Sandra Reed, Former Dean of Graduate Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design. Reed grew up in Iowa. She received a full scholarship to attend Drake University, where she received her B.F.A. in painting and drawing. She earned the M.F.A. in painting from The George Washington University as the first Morris Louis Fellow in Painting. She taught at academic institution's Resident Associate Program, prior to moving to Savannah in 1993 to teach at the Savannah College Art and Design. She lives with her husband, John Spurlock, a painter and printmaker, in Savannah, Georgia.

Bibliographic information