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Cracking the GED Test with 2 Practice Tests, 2017 Edition (Paperback)
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PROUD PARTICIPANT IN THE GED(R) PUBLISHER PROGRAM * Get the help you need to ace the test and earn your GED credential with 2 full-length practice tests, content reviews that are 100% aligned with GED test objectives, and extra practice online. Techniques That Actually Work.
- Essential strategies to help you work smarter, not harder
- Customizable study "road maps" to help you create a clear plan of attack
- Expert tactics to help improve your writing for the Extended Response prompts
Everything You Need to Know to Help Achieve a High Score.
- Complete coverage of Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies
- Guided lessons with sample questions for all tested topics
- Clear instruction on the computer-based question formats Practice Your Way to Excellence.
- 2 full-length practice tests with detailed answer explanations
- Practice drills for all four test subjects
- Over 350 additional multiple-choice questions online, organized by subject
- 20% discount on the GED Ready: The Official Practice Test Plus Bonus Online Features:
- Multiple-choice practice questions in all 4 test subjects
- Tutorials to help boost your graphics and reading comprehension skills
- Insider tips from admissions counselors on the GED test and college success
- Custom printable answer sheets for the in-book practice tests
*Proud Participant in the GED(R) Publisher Program This new program recognizes content from publishers whose materials meet 100% of GED test objectives at a subject level. Acceptance into the program means that you can be sure that Cracking the GED Test covers content you'll actually see on the exam.
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