Complete GED Preparation
Steck-Vaughn Company, 1997 - GED tests - 922 pages
Complete GED Preparation in 4 simple steps: 1. Take the entry tests. You'll find out exactly what you need to study to improve your scores. 2. Study the subjects. Work through the practice exercises in each subject. 3. Check your answers. Thorough explanations of answers to practice exercises help you understand each subject better. Tips and strategies help boost your scores. 4. Take the simulated GED tests. Test yourself again in each subject. If you pass the simulated tests, you're ready to take the GED!
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