McGraw-Hill's GED Social Studies
This book addresses the key change in the GED, requiring both reading passages and analyzing related graphics. Announcing the ultimate GED test review series. For the nearly one million North Americans who take the GED exam every year, readiness is a key ingredient for success. McGraw-Hill's GED Test series, which reflects the new 2002 test guidelines, is dedicated to preparing students to pass each of the five GED subject exams. This focused format allows students to pretest for strengths and weaknesses in a given subject, thoroughly review core content areas, and finally check their exam-readiness with a full-length post-test in GED format. A complete answer key, which explains why each answer is correct and test-taking strategies, increases the odds of success.
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acid rain African Americans Amendment Analysis Answers Application Aral Sea areas Asia Asian-Pacific American Auschwitz-Birkenau Bedouins British capital cartoonist century chart China choices cities citizens civil rights Comprehension conclusion Congress Constitution countries culture democracy economic election European Evaluation example Excerpted federal following cartoon following passage Frederic Delouche freedom GED PRACTICE EXERCISE GED Social Studies GED Test growth History of Europe human immigrants impact important income increased Industrial Revolution invention John Micklethwait labor land live Love Canal main idea major military nation Native Americans North paragraph percent person political population PRACTICE TEST Question president PRETEST prison-industrial complex problem production programs refer religions Reprinted by permission slaves Social Security Social Studies Test society Taino U.S. Constitution unemployment United vote voters wealth women workers write