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If you need to know it, it’s in this book! The Princeton Review's Cracking the GED, 2013 Edition, includes

   • A thorough review of all the subject matter most likely to appear on the test

   • 2 full-length GED practice exams

   • Detailed explanations for every question, including practice test questions

   • Expert advice on writing a top-scoring essay

   • Techniques like Backsolving and Process of Elimination to help you save time

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Martz, Geoff
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GED (General Educational Development Tests)
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Reference-College Guides
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Reference-Test Guides
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College Test Preparation
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20120731
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