Below is an every day conversation divided into 3 sections. After each section are questions – play the questions, then choose the best answer. Tests that have Listening Comprehension questions: Canadian Firefighter, TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, CAEL and CELPIP Listening Comprehension Tutorial
Practice tests are one of the best ways to study. Make sure you get the most out of them by analyzing the results. * Quickly identify your strengths and weaknesses * Build self confidence * Practice and familiarize yourself with …
The SAT Test has 5 sections Reading, Writing, Math (with and without a calculator), and an optional Essay.
Scientific Reasoning, as the name implies, doesn’t test your knowledge, but rather tests your ability to reason, as well as your ability to analyze and understand data. The questions provide you with everything you need to know – you have …
The ACT Test has 5 sections English, Math, Reading, and Science Reasoning as well as an essay. Recently the trend at Universities is away from requiring an essay – read more
Area and Perimeter of Complex Shapes Complex figures can be divided into several smaller shapes where the perimeter or area formula is known, then added.
Most High School standardized tests have a probability and statistics section. Alberta Provincial Exam, CHSPE Math, SHSAT and the TACHS
Practice your Social Studies Comprehension with these GED format practice questions. Canadian history questions are on the Canadian GED and the Canadian Citizenship tests. The Canadian History questions on the Canadian GED are about 25% of the Social Studies content. …
Reading comprehension questions from literature appear in the Accuplacer (Next Generation), GED and TASC. Text passages taken from fiction and literature.
Reading Comprehension Practice Questions similar to questions on standardized tests. Includes: Making Inferences, Summarizing, Main Idea, Author’s tone, Author’s purpose, Opinion vs. Facts, Meaning in Context and more!