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E Pluribus Unum: out of many states, one nation
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Continue to drill for the GED test with a mix of questions.
About individuals and their contributions to the US and the world.
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Drill and test yourself about US History and Government, Economics and Geography.
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Interactive video. Watch the video and answer the questions when they appear. Excellent Review.
Some you may know and others you will learn.
Jeopardy What Did He Do? Questions are about specific Presidents.
Jeopardy US History Part 2 Going West Questions about the Westward Movement
Citizenship Test **** Four star site.This site is called Preparing for the Oath. It teaches and quizzes you about US History and Civics.
There is a page for vocabulary alone
American History Quizzes This site has multiple choice questions designed for AP review of US history. Use your process of elimination skills and choose an answer. You will marvel at what you can do.
Multiple Choice questions and you can see if you are correct immediately.
The GED is a reading test. each of the four (4)sections applies the same reading skills as applied to written information, maps, charts, graphs, cartoons, pictures and more.
These sites will be helpful to improve your vocabulary and reading.
It is important for you to read EVERY day
There are many visuals on the GED. These exercises provide practice with
Valuable. Excellent. Informative. These are a few words to describe this tool. Create an account and explore the Social Studies part. You can take a timed test,choose a test that gives answers to each question and just for practice. Do not overlook the other study choices and categories. . Explore...use...learn.
This site provides short videos in the following categories: Historical Topics, People Timelines, Event Timelines and History in a Minute.
Videos are succinct and informative.
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History and Government