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GED® Test: REA's Total Solution for the GED® Test, 2nd Edition

GED® Test: REA's Total Solution for the GED® Test, 2nd Edition

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By Stephen Reiss, Lisa Mullins, Laurie Callihan, Stacey A. Kiggins
Print Edition $24.95


  • Pages: 1056
  • Publication Date: February 2017
  • ISBN: 978-0-7386-1217-1

REA's Total Solution for the GED® Test - Your All-in-One GED® Test Prep

A high school equivalency diploma is a key to employment opportunities, postsecondary education, and higher earnings. And no high school credential is more widely recognized than the GED® diploma. REA's Total Solution for the GED® Test (2nd Edition) provides complete coverage of this important exam.

REA's GED® Total Solution features:
- Content 100% aligned with the GED® test
- In-depth reviews for all four GED® test subjects
- New question types---samples of drag-and-drop, hot-spot, drop-down, and more
- 4 online diagnostic exams with automatic scoring and instant feedback---to focus your study
- Hundreds of practice questions and examples---refresh your knowledge as you study
- 2 full-length practice exams with detailed answer explanations

We know you want to get started with college or your career. That's why REA has developed this comprehensive guide to help you pass the GED® test. Written by a team of GED® test experts, this all-inclusive product will help you get one step closer to your GED® diploma.

Four online diagnostic tests---With our online pretest for each test subject, you can pinpoint where you're strongest and where you need to focus your study to help improve your score.

Comprehensive review covers all 4 GED® test subjects---Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. Plus, our math expert helps you get acquainted with the GED® test's on-screen calculator.

Two full-length practice tests---Feature every type of question (including drag-and-drop, fill-in-the-blank, hot-spot, and drop-down test items), subject area, and skill assessed on the GED® test. These paper-based tests come complete with detailed answer explanations to help you zero in on the topics and types of questions that give you trouble now, so you can succeed on test day.

Proven study plan---REA's focused content and practical advice have helped millions succeed on their exams. With our step-by-step plan, you can pass the GED® test and be on your way to academic and professional advancements.

Get ready to succeed on the GED® Test with REA's GED® Total Solution!


About the Author

Stacey Kiggins is the English Department Chair at Thomas A. Edison High School in Fairfax County, Virginia, where she teaches International Baccalaureate Language and Literature, and Speech and Debate. Ms. Kiggins is an IB English HL Examiner, and serves as the president of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the National Forensics League.

Stephen A. Reiss is the founder and owner of the Math Magician, which has provided math tutoring for a wide array of tests including the GED® test since 1988. Mr. Reiss also operates Reiss SAT Seminars, test preparation centers in San Diego, California. In addition to teaching more than 300 SAT seminars over a 30-year period, Mr. Reiss has authored, co-authored, or edited more than 40 test preps.

Dr. Laurie Callihan is a veteran science author, educator, mentor, and researcher. From 2012 to 2013, she was a Research Implementation and Curriculum Specialist at NYU Steinhardt Department of Teaching and Learning, where she managed the Promoting Science Among English Language Learners (P-SELL) Scale-Up project. In a career spanning 30 years, she has taught science to all age groups. She is also the author of numerous books, including REA test preps for CLEP Biology and CLEP Natural Sciences, and has been featured at national and international speakers’ forums.

Lisa Gail Mullins worked for 16 years as an adult education teacher in Tennessee’s Hawkins-Hancock County Adult Education Program, where she prepared students to succeed on the GED® test. Ms. Mullins also has logged a great many professional development hours with the Tennessee Adult Education Program. She is an adjunct professor at Walters State Community College, where she teaches American History.