Roadmap to the AIMS High School Reading

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The Princeton Review, Nov 8, 2005 - Study Aids - 245 pages
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The Roadmap series has been proven to help students across the country excel on standardized tests—and now new editions are available for the Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) tests.

Not only will these guides teach students how to ace the exams, but they will also help them improve their math and reading skills so that they can earn higher grades in school.

Each book contains two full-length practice tests, complete with comprehensive explanations for every solution. The lessons are structure like those on the actual AIMS exams—plus each book contains an additional 100 practice questions within the lessons.
 

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Page 14 - Use the information in the question, calculations, estimates, or your knowledge of mathematics to eliminate incorrect answer choices. If you can eliminate three answer choices, you will have only one choice left. Select this choice because there is a good chance that it is the correct answer. Even if you can only eliminate one or two of the answer choices, you're in good shape. Just guess from the remaining answer choices.

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