The RAT: Preparing Yourself for Leaving Home

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Capital Books, Incorporated, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 356 pages
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Just revised with new chapters on "Living Away from Home" and "The Environment" -- The R.A.T. Revised is perfect for young adults leaving the nest for the first time. Do you know how many teaspoons of sugar the average 12 ounce can of soda contains? Can you change a flat tire? Can you identify the ten largest cities in the world? The R.A.T. (Real-World Aptitude Test) answers these questions and more. Divided into two parts, like the SATs, the first section contains questions in thirty different subject areas, and the second part provides answers and explanations to these life-defining questions. Subject areas include cooking, managing money, etiquette, geography, sports and many more. As a test of preparedness for the real world, the R.A.T. provides answers to some of life's most common stumbling blocks, such as how to change a flat tire or how to handle computer problems as well as facts on generalized knowledge in areas such as geography and politics. The R.A.T. is perfect for young adults leaving the nest and adults who are entering a new phase of life such as parenthood or retirement.

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