Everything You Need to Start Preparing for the GED. The GED can be intimidating for students who have been out of school for awhile. Many GED test-takers find that they aren't quite ready to dive into full test preparation, but need some extranbsp;generalnbsp;practice and instruction in the basic GED subject areas first. If you need helpnbsp;learning or refreshing yournbsp;knowledge ofnbsp;the general topics that the GED covers, the Princeton Review's GED Basics: Easy-to-Follow Lessons to Get Up to Speed for the GED is the right book for you! With step-by-step explanations for toughnbsp;concepts and easy-to-follow subject reviews, it covers all 5 sections on the GED -- Language Arts: Writing, Language Arts: Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. It includes: nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;*nbsp;Clear, basic subject reviews to bring you up to speed on language arts, math, science, and social studies nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;*nbsp;Guidance and drills to help you write a high-scoring essay nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;*nbsp;Thorough review of all the grammar, word usage, and punctuation skills you need for the reading and writing sections nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;*nbsp;Walk-through examples to explain confusing math concepts, and detailed topic lessons for social studies and science nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;*nbsp;Numerous practice drills for every topic, with full explanations for each answer Whether you're preparing tonbsp;enroll in a GED prep course or take the actual exam, GED Basics: Easy-to-Follow Lessons to Get Up to Speed on the GED will help give you the fundamental building blocks you need to succeed.
New York : Random House, Inc., c2012
Branch Call Number:
373.1262 G295b 2012
488 p. :,ill. ;,28 cm