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Canadian GED Study Guide New

Item #: B990

Pages: 490

Class: Softcover

Price: $38.95

Complete Canadian GED(R) study guide, prepared by our dedicated team of exam experts, including practice test questions. Everything you need to pass the Canadian GED(R)!

The Canadian GED(R) Study Guide will help you:

-Increase your score with multiple choice strategies from exam experts
-Practice with 2 complete practice question sets (over 500 questions)
-Make an GED(R) study plan and study schedule
-Learn what you MUST do in the exam room
-Avoid common mistakes on a test
-Answer multiple choice questions strategically 2

Sets of practice test questions including:

Reading
Mathematics
Algebra
Geometry
Language Arts - Writing
How to write an essay
Science

Includes Multiple Choice Strategy!
-Powerful multiple choice strategies with practice questions
-Learn 15 powerful multiple choice strategies and then practice.
-Answer key for all practice questions with extensive commentary including tips, shortcuts and strategies to increase your score!
-Tips and strategies not found anywhere else!

Hundreds of pages of review and tutorials on all GED topics

GED(R) is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education, who are not in-volved in the production of, and do not endorse this publication.

Practice Makes Perfect

The more questions you see, the more likely you are to pass the test. And between our study guide and practice tests, you'll have over 500 practice questions that cover every category. You can fine-tune your knowledge in areas where you feel comfortable and be more efficient in improving your problem areas.

Our test has been developed by our dedicated team of experts. All the material in the study guide, including every practice question, is designed to engage the critical thinking skills that are needed to pass the GED(R) Exam. They will not be the exact same questions you'll find on the exam, but they are similar.

And like the GED(R) exam, the practice tests are weighted differently so you will be exposed to questions in all areas.

Why not do everything you can to get the best score on the GED(R)?