HiSET Flashcard Study System uses repetitive methods of study to teach you how to break apart and quickly solve difficult test questions on the High School Equivalency Test. Study after study has shown that spaced repetition is the most effective form of learning, and nothing beats flashcards when it comes to making repetitive learning fun and fast. Our flashcards enable you to study small, digestible bits of information that are easy to learn and give you exposure to the different question types and concepts. HiSET Flashcard Study System covers: Mathematics Review: Dividing Fractions, Equilateral Triangle, Real Numbers, Order of Operations, Adding Decimals, Exponent Powers, Basics of Factors, Obtuse triangle, Percentages, Slope Formula, Ratios, General Polynomial, Perimeter Calculations, Intercept, Multiplying Fractions, Measurement; Writing Review: Commas, Appositive, Semicolon, Sentence Fragment, Dashes, Conjunctive Adverbs, Quotation Marks, Independent Clause, Adjective Phrases, Measurement, Equal Comparisons, Conjunctions, Noun phrases, Parts of Speech, Pronoun, Linking verbs, Intransitive verbs, Auxiliary verbs, Capitalization Rules, Parallelism, Negation, Word Usage; Science Review: Charts and Tables, Scientific Law, Cause and Effect, Null Hypothesis, Pie Charts, Scientific Method, Theory, Bar Graph, Experiments, Summaries, Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Celsius and Fahrenheit, Negative Feedback Systems, Chemical Bonds, Cellular Organization, Reactions, Natural Selection, Mendel, Waves, Earth Science; Social Studies: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Caste system, Vietnam War, Scientific Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Thomas Jefferson, Cold War, Bill of Rights, Louisiana Purchase, Trail of Tears, Civil War, Andrew Carnegie, World War I and II, Nelson Mandela, Trade, Holocaust, Federalism, Tariffs, Branches of Government; Literature and the Arts Review: Comparisons and Contrasts, and much more...
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Flashcards are a good memory-aid for any student. So don't think flashcards are just limited to the elementary kids. Since flashcards are a good source for memory-aid, they are very effective when preparing for a test. Enter the HiSET flashcards. They will help you recall to memory the things you have studied in the HiSET study guide and make a real impact on your potential for passing the exam. It’s time to pull out your flashcard but you may be hesitant in where to start. You have options because you can start in your weak areas, or even areas that may be new content for you. The content areas in these flashcards include algebra, functions, patterns, civics and government, data analysis, probability, and statistics, earth and space science, economics, geography, language arts, reading, language arts, writing, life science, measurement and geometry, number operations and number sense, physical science, and US History. These flashcards offer much study material. They give a wide range of study options to consider. Some subjects offer more content than others do. You can easily refer back to study guide using the cards because content titles match up with those on the study guide. Passing an equivalent exam that amounts up to four years of knowledge can be overwhelming. If you have the right study tools however, you reduce those feelings significantly. Therefore, when you pull out these flashcards you will become a little less overwhelmed each time, and work your way to high school equivalency merits.