How to Prepare for the GED High School Equivalency Exam

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Barron's, 2001 - Study Aids - 766 pages
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Updated to reflect the most current exams, here is comprehension preparation for the High School Equivalency Exam. One [?] full-length diagnostic test is presented with answer keys, self-appraisal charts and an answer analysis. It's followed by detailed reviews to help test-takers master writing skills, social studies, and high school level science and math. Two [?] full-length practice GEDs with answers, self-appraisal charts, and answer analyses complete this manual. The book may be purchased alone or with an optional CD-ROM that offers a computerized practice GED with automatic scoring and additional subject review material.

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Contents

Preparing for the GED Examination
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Practice Examination Two 677
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A Diagnostic Examination
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Rockowitz former Chairman, Board of Examiners, New York City Board of Education.

Samuel C. Brownstein was Chairman, Biology Dept., Wingate High School, Brooklyn, NY.

Peters is former Chairman, Mathematics Department, Wingate High School, Brooklyn, New York.

Wolf is a teacher of mathematics at Benjamin N. Cardozo High School, Bayside, NY.

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