How to Prepare for the GED High School Equivalency Exam Canadian Edition

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Barron's, 2002 - Study Aids - 922 pages
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Updated to reflect the latest high school equivalency exams as they are given throughout Canada, this manual is focused to meet the needs of Canadians seeking a high school certificate. It presents a diagnostic test and two full-length practice GEDs as they are given in Canada. All tests come with answer keys, self-appraisal charts, and answer analyses. The book also contains extensive review chapters in all test areas, followed with additional practice questions. The subject matter covers all five high school equivalency test areas as the subjects are taught in Canada—Writing Skills, Part I and Part II (essay), Social Studies, Science, Interpreting Literature and the Arts, and Mathematics.

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Rockowitz former Chairman, Board of Examiners, New York City Board of Education.

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