Essential, Need-to-Know Info About the New 2014 GED Test & How to Prepare
The GED Test is undergoing a complete overhaul in 2014—its first redesign in 12 years, and the first redesign ever to make the exam fully computer-based!
Fortunately, the experts at The Princeton Review have the information you need to get up to speed on the new test, plus drills and practice to help you prepare. In this concise eBook-only introductory guide, you'll find:
· An introduction to the new format and question types · Overviews of the major changes to each section: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, and Science · Step-by-step strategies for tackling the new question topics · Targeted drills and sample essays for extra practice, plus answer explanations for each practice question
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Your Guide to the New GED Test by The Princeton Review