Science 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 to reason your way through like a scientist.
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.
Practice questions on basic probability
Practice your Social Studies Comprehension with these GED format questions
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Learning how to answer multiple choice questions on a standardized test is a powerful tool for increasing your score!
Here are a few tips from our book Multiple Choice Secrets
The following are detailed strategies for answering multiple-choice questions with practice questions for each strategy.
Answers appear following this section with a detailed explanation and discussion on each strategy and question, plus tips and analysis. Continue reading “Multiple Choice Strategy!” »
Reading Comprehension Practice Questions similar to questions on standardized tests.
Making Inferences, Summarizing, Main Idea, Author’s tone, Author’s purpose, Opinion vs. Facts, Meaning in Context and more!