The Best Test Preparation for the High School Equivalency Diploma, for the New GED, General Educational Development

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Research & Education Association, Mar 26, 2002 - Study Aids - 919 pages
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If you've been away from school or your education was interrupted, this book is for you!

GED - High School Equivalency Diploma

REA helps you pass the GED with these exclusive features:

The Most Complete GED Review
Everything you need to know to master the Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, and Science questions on the GED, selected and presented by seasoned high school and college faculty with extensive GED experience.

The Best GED Practice Exams Available
With 3 full-length practice tests, you'll know exactly how you're doing every step of the way. And with each repetition, you'll measure your progress and build confidence.

Total Explanations of GED Questions & Answers
Each GED practice test comes with detailed feedback on every question. We don't just say which answers are right - but why the others are wrong, so you'll be prepared for the GED!

Proven Test Prep Methods
REA's focused GED content and practical advice has helped millions of students score higher. Learn at your own pace with our recommended study course schedule and pass the GED!

Also includes a list of Certificate/Diploma requirements for the United States and Canada!

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About the author (2002)

Scott Cameron, M.S., is the Science Department chair at San Marino High School, San Marino, Calif.

Janet G. Emmons, Ed.M., is an English instructor at McCullough High School, The Woodlands, Texas.

Mel Friedman, M.S., a former high school teacher and test-item writer for major U.S. testing agencies, is Lead Mathematics Editor at Research & Education Association.

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