High School Equivalency Exam

There are three tests used for high school equivalency, GED, HiSet and TASC. The one you need to take depends which state you live in. HiSet is the one to take in the state of Missouri. These digital resources can help you prepare for the exam to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma.

Your Guide to the New GED Test by Princeton Review

The GED Test is undergoing a complete overhaul in 2014--its first redesign in 12 years, and the first redesign ever to make the exam fully computer-based!Fortunately, the experts at The Princeton Review have the information you need to get up to speed on the new test, plus drills and practice to help you prepare.

Studying and Test Taking by Nina Mosley

Studying for a test can be a daunting task. Some people wait until the last minute while others are organized and prepared when the time comes. Good study habits are all about paying attention in class, taking good notes, finding a quiet place where you can concentrate, and planning ahead! Learn how to reduce anxiety before a test by following a few simple rules that will help you to ace your next big test. This book will allow students to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.

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