Princeton Review Cracking the Texas EOC: English II
- List Price: $17.00
- Binding: Paperback
- Publisher: Princeton Review
- Publish date: 09/01/2000
- ISBN: 9780375755699
- ISBN10: 0375755691
To earn a high school diploma in Texas, students must either pass all three of the TAAS Exit-Level exams, or pass three out of the four End-of-Course (EOC) exams: Algebra I, English II, and either U.S. History or Biology. In most schools, a student's EOC exam score also counts for 10% of the final grade for that course.
Up to this point, students have had no way to study for their EOC exams other than textbooks. And since the passing rate on the English II exam has been less than spectacular in recent years, they clearly need help. The Princeton Review has already helped thousands students in New York and California with their statewide tests and is the most-trusted name in SAT preparation. The brand new Cracking the Texas EOC English II includes:
-- A review of the most important subject matter to know for the test. We've analyzed several years of EOC exams to better direct students on how to spend their study time.
-- Two full-length sample tests with questions just like the ones on the official exam. Students will know exactly what to expect on test day.
-- The Princeton Review's renowned score-raising techniques that helpstudents think like the test-writers.
-- Complete answer explanations to all test questions that help students reinforce what they've learned.
-- The first four titles in this series are: Cracking the Texas End-of Course Algebra I, Cracking the Texas End-of-Course English II, Cracking the Texas End-of-Course Biology, and Cracking the Texas End-of-Course History.