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- Wonderlic Basic Skills Test - Non-Proctored (WBST-NP)
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2014 GED® Test: An Inside Look at the Social Studies and Science Tests
Do you know the difference between a set-based question and a discreet standalone based question? And just what are “focusing themes” employed in the 2014 GED tests of social studies and science?
GED candidates must master content domains and possess specific knowledge, skills and abilities in scientific reasoning to be successful on the GED tests of science and social studies. New items types will require adjustments to classroom instruction in order to mirror the rigors of the tests.
We will examine and explain these concepts and more as this webinar unveils the content, context, cognitive demands, and assessment targets of the GED tests of science and social studies. Additionally, this course will examine the full range of item types employed to measure mastery of this content at a range of levels of complexity across both content-area tests.