How to Prepare for the GED High School Equivalency Exam

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Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated, 2002 - Study Aids - 768 pages
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Updated to reflect the recent major changes in the high school equivalency exam, this manual presents a full-length diagnostic test with answer keys, answer analyses, and self-appraisal charts. The diagnostic test is followed by reviews of all GED test subjects, which emphasize proficiency in high-school level math, reading comprehension, and writing skill, as well as knowledge of social studies, arts, and literature. Two full-length practice exams modeled after the new GED exam complete this manual. They come with all questions answered and explained.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO THE GED EXAMINATION 1
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Practice Examination Two 677
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Answer Keys Summaries of Results and SelfAppraisal Charts
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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.

Bolton, Instructor, Adult High School Program, Daytona Beach Community College, Daytona Beach, Florida.

Feinstein, GED Instructor for Adult Educational Services, Northport-East Northport School District, Northport, New York.

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

Gotlib, Science Teacher, Wissahickon Senior High School, Ambler, Pennsylvania.

Ramsey, Former GED Instructor, Southeastern Illinois College, Harrisburg, Illinois.

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