Government in America
Longman Publishing, Feb 16, 2005 - Political Science - 848 pages
Study Organize Succeed Our S.O.S. Edition of Government in America offers a personalized study and review system that introduces students to the study of American government with a politics matters approach, while saving them time studying and helping them perform better on exams. Our well-rounded program includes a paperback text with built-in, perforated Practice Tests, live tutoring assistance from our Tutor Center service, and access to our diagnostic testing and review system. Designed specifically to help enhance performance, this S.O.S. Edition's diagnostic testing system gauges students' prior knowledge of content and creates a unique customized study plan to help each student pinpoint exactly where additional study and review is needed. Students can follow the plan as a guide to focus their efforts and improve upon their areas of weakness with one-on-one assistance from our qualified tutors and/or by utilizing the printed Practice Tests. Additional testing features in this program help students assess their progress with the textbook material to reach their ultimate goal of success in your course. illustrates the impact that government has on the daily lives of each and every American, motivating students to become active participants in all aspects of political system, and helping overcome student apathy toward American Government. The brief Study Edition includes a booklet of test questions for each chapter bound in at the end of the book.
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