Barron's New York State Grade 8 Intermediate Social Studies Test
Updated to reflect the most recent actual social studies tests, this book helps students prepare for all three parts of the New York State Grade 8 assessment exam in social studies: the multiple-choice section, the constructed response section, and the document-based question section. It also presents two full length practice tests that reflect the actual test in length, subject matter, and degree of difficulty. Practice tests come with answers and explanations for all questions. This book's subject review material includes a history topic outline and timeline, as well as an overview of the test, with advice on how to answer its questions.
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Constructed Response Questions
Clues Hints and Pointers
GLOSSARY OF TERMS HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS
Key Court Decisions
Model Examination 2
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