Test-Prep Your IQ

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Peterson's, 2003 - Education - 110 pages
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An effective way to get students to learn is to make them feel as if they're not being taught. This brand-new series is designed to make those countless hours students spend preparing for tests fun and enjoyable. Each volume combines test-taking strategy and instruction with engaging facts and tidbits on a specific topic, all in an effort to help students score higher on the SAT and other standardized tests. Great for trivia buffs, too! Features include:
-- Fifteen 50-question subject-specific tests with fun trivia-type questions
-- Practice questions that increase in difficulty to mimic the format of SAT-type questions
-- Test-taking tips and strategies
-- Techniques for taking timed tests

Here's the latest edition of a reliable ARCO bestseller, updated and revised specifically for standardized test takers. Through a standard IQ test, readers find out their strengths and weaknesses in both math and verbal ability. The author's insightful analysis and commentary help students determine whether they are left-brained or right-brained, and thus which areas require additional attention.

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