Basic skills for the GED® test

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New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2015].
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1 online resource (xx, 807 pages : illustrations)


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"Covers the lastest test format and the common core standards"--cover.
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"Easy-to-follow lessons in all four GED® Test subject areas"--cover
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"More than 1,000 practice questions with explanations"--cover.
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"The best way to start preparing for the GED Test!"--cover.
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An all-new version of the bestselling beginner's guide that gives students a solid foundation in basic skills before they embark on formal preparation for the GED test McGraw-Hill Education Basic Skills for the GED Test gives students the tools they need for success on the GED exam. Fully updated to align with the latest test format, this book covers all four subject areas of the GED test-Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA), Social Studies, Science, and Mathematical Reasoning. *Includes hundreds of exercises that help reinforce new skills and multiple-choice tests that let students evaluate their comprehension *Features post-tests in each area that evaluate students' new skills, giving them concrete feedback on their progress. --Provided by publisher.

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