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# Cliffsnotes Math Review for Standardized Tests

by
Jerry Bobrow

Your guide to a higher math score on standardized tests

*SAT

ACT(R)

ASVAB

GMAT(R)

GRE(R)

CBEST(R)

PRAXIS I(R)

GED(R) And More!

Why CliffsNotes?

Go with the name you know and trust

Get the information you need-fast!

About the Contents:

Introduction

How to use this book

Overview of the exams

Part I: Basic Skills Review

Arithmetic and Data Analysis

Algebra

Part II: Strategies and Practice

Mathem ...more

*SAT

ACT(R)

ASVAB

GMAT(R)

GRE(R)

CBEST(R)

PRAXIS I(R)

GED(R) And More!

Why CliffsNotes?

Go with the name you know and trust

Get the information you need-fast!

About the Contents:

Introduction

How to use this book

Overview of the exams

Part I: Basic Skills Review

Arithmetic and Data Analysis

Algebra

Part II: Strategies and Practice

Mathem ...more

ebook, 512 pages

Published
April 6th 2012
by Cliffs Notes
(first published March 2nd 2010)

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I had requested this book for my daughter who is a sophomore and will begin testing in the fall. Since math has never been her strongest subject, we both realized some additional help in this field would be necessary.

The book is easy to follow with diagnostic tests provided for each section. The user can adapt his/her review to those areas requiring the most work.

Explanations of concepts accompany each section and answers are supplied for immediate feedback on p ...more

Great review. Good and plenty of examples. Good clear directions.

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