McGraw-HIll's GED: The Most Complete and Reliable Study Program for the GED Tests

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Patricia Mulcrone
McGraw-Hill Education, Sep 11, 2001 - Study Aids - 1184 pages
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The bestselling guide, updated to reflect all changes to the GED through 2002

Each year, nearly a million North Americans take the GED high school equivalency exam. Formerly entitled Contemporary's GED, one of the most popular resources for those prepping for the test has been revised for all changes to the GED, through 2002. This latest edition of the bestselling guide arms readers with what they need to score high in all five test categories, including targeted assessments, easy-to-follow instructions, hundreds of reinforcement activities, and simulated GED tests for each subject area. Outstanding features that have made for the continuing popularity of this guide include:

  • Half-length pretests for each subject area that help readers pinpoint strengths and weaknesses
  • Two full-length practice tests for each subject area
  • Special new sections on critical thinking skills, graphs, and illustrations
  • New guidelines for using the Casio fx-260 solar calculator for the mathematics test
  • A complete answer key explaining why each answer is correct
  • Chapter-by-chapter surveys that reinforce knowledge of key concepts
  • Test-taking tips and strategies

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This is an excellent and rigorous Course for the test.
And a resource for Home schoolers wanting to get the GED over with quickly as possible.

was able to purchase for a friend

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I purchased this for a lady who could not afford the regular retail price. The shipping everything worked out great. Read full review

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