High School Global Studies Review: The Princeton Review
If trudging through your textbook to study and complete homework assignments has become a frustrating grind, then get ready for a smooth ride to higher test scores and outstanding grades with The Princeton Review's High School Global Studies Review.
We tell it to you straight, thoroughly explaining the important topics you'll need to understand to prepare for quizzes and tests, complete homework assignments effectively, and earn higher grades. We've carefully examined global studies textbooks just like yours to make sure that this book includes all the material essential to a thorough review. In this guide, we cover:
*South and Southeast Asia
*The Middle East
*Russia and Eastern Europe
*The World Today
And since practicing your test-taking skills is just as important to getting good grades as knowing the material, we include two practice exams that feature the types of questions and problems that appear on in-class tests.
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