McGraw-Hill's GED Language Arts, Writing

McGraw-Hill's GED Language Arts, Writing

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by Ellen Frechette, Tim Collins
     
 

Begins with sentence basics and moves on to the process of gathering ideas, organizing, writing, and revising the GED Essay.

Announcing the ultimate GED test review series

For the nearly one million North Americans who take the GED exam every year, readiness is a key ingredient for success. McGraw-Hill's GED Test series, which reflects the new 2002 test

Overview

Begins with sentence basics and moves on to the process of gathering ideas, organizing, writing, and revising the GED Essay.

Announcing the ultimate GED test review series

For the nearly one million North Americans who take the GED exam every year, readiness is a key ingredient for success. McGraw-Hill's GED Test series, which reflects the new 2002 test guidelines, is dedicated to preparing students to pass each of the five GED subject exams. This focused format allows students to pretest for strengths and weaknesses in a given subject, thoroughly review core content areas, and finally check their exam-readiness with a full-length posttest in GED format. A complete answer key, which explains why each answer is correct and test-taking strategies, increases the odds of success.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071407083
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
09/23/2002
Edition description:
Fully Revised First Edition
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.86(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a volunteer literacy tutor at a county jail. Most of the inmates I tutor are in GED classes and struggling with writing skills. This, along with the workbook, is an excellent source of material for weekly tutoring sessions.