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Barron's SAT Subject Test World History
     

Barron's SAT Subject Test World History

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by Marilynn Hitchens, Heidi Roupp
 

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The authors open this test preparation manual with a general overview of world history, treating it as an academic discipline, and offering general study advice. The 25 study units that follow review the entire scope of human history, starting with the emergence of early human communities, the development of agricultural societies, and the emergence of civilizations.

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The authors open this test preparation manual with a general overview of world history, treating it as an academic discipline, and offering general study advice. The 25 study units that follow review the entire scope of human history, starting with the emergence of early human communities, the development of agricultural societies, and the emergence of civilizations. The chronicle of the world's civilizations is reviewed to the present era. The manual concludes with two full-length model tests with all questions answered and explained.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781438080352
Publisher:
Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
5 MB

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Barron's SAT Subject Test World History 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recently purchased the newest edition of Barron's SAT World History, believing that it would the best to prepare me. However, the book itself had quite a bit of information but the relevance of the information to the actual SAT II test was minimal--simply, the book was unsatisfactory and competitor books maybe be a better choice. Further, the book had false information. For example, on the first page, in bold print, it states "In 2011, SAT exams will have 4 answer choices, not 5." I took the test yesterday, and it most definitely had 5.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago