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How to Become a U.S. Citizen: USCIS Instructions, part of Peterson's How to Become a U.S. Citizen, offers instructions and blank practice forms that will need to be filled out properly as you proceed down the road to becoming a U.S. citizen. The following forms are included: G-325A Biographic Information; I-20 Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status I94 Departure Records; I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancé(e); I-130 Petition for Alien Relative; I134 Affidavit of Support; I-140 Petition for Alien Worker; I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status; I-539 Application to Extend/change Nonimmigrant Status; I-693 Medical Examination Sheet; I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence; I-765 Application for Employment Authorization; I-864 Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the Act; I-865 Sponsor's Notice of Change of Address; M-603 Photo Requirements; and N-400 Application for Naturalization. An additional section offers details on the fees associated with filing the required forms. An easy-to-read chart clearly identifies the costs involved with each particular form--or if no fee is required.
How to Get Money for College: Financing Your Future Beyond Federal Aid 2013 is a great resource for anyone looking to supplement his or her federal financial aid package with aid from colleges and universities. This comprehensive directory points the reader to complete and accurate information on need-based and non-need gift aid, loans, work-study, athletic awards, and more. This eBook offers profiles of more than 2,400 schools' financial aid awards, including types of aid, percentages of students applying for and receiving aid, and average aid packages; comprehensive overview of the financial aid process, common financial aid questions, samples of financial aid award letters, and how to file the FAFSA and CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE®.
Takes the reader through the process of taking a course online. Peterson's guide provides a sample syllabus, offers suggestions for how to pay for courses, and also gives tips on making the most of the online learning experience. Selling Points: 1. Answers to the questions: What is online learning? What types of online education are available? Who are online learners? 2. Chapters covering online learning experiences, online study habitats, live chat sessions, and working in virtual groups 3. Truths and myths of online learning and common mistakes online learners make 4. Information about online degree programs, online certifications, and continuing education 5. Advice on paying for online learning, classes, software, and textbooks 6. Guidance on plagiarism and citing references correctly
This eBook is Part I from Peterson's How to Master Online Learning which provides the most comprehensive information about online degree programs, online certifications, and continuing education; advice on paying for online classes, software, and textbooks; and expert strategies for online learning success.
Choosing a college major is one of the most important and often most confusing decisions you have to make. To help you pick the major that's right for you, Peterson's has partnered with industry leader, CPP the makers of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) to create this insightful resource. Making Your Major Decision centers around the various personality types and helps determine which college majors are best for you. Inside you'll discover which of the hundreds of college majors and careers best fit with your personality. You'll learn how insights from the Myers-Briggs® assessment, the world's most widely used personality tool, can help you succeed in college and life. Included inside you'll find information and instructions of how to take the Myers-Briggs® assessment and receive your personalized 10-page "Learning Your Way" report. This is the one resource with tools and expert tips that will help you take the guess work out of your college journey.
Peterson's Master the GED 2013 CD is a comprehensive guide that offers the essential test-prep and review material for the high school equivalency diploma test, including practice tests, subject review, and expert tips on how to score high on each GED test. Readers will find the GED information they need to know-scoring and passing requirements, how to prepare, and what to expect on test day. 6 full-length practice tests (access to 3 full-length practice exams via the CD), including a diagnostic test to determine strengths and weaknesses-all with detailed answer explanations. In-depth review of each GED test subject, with practice questions and easy-to-understand answer explanations, including Language Arts, Writing (Parts I and II); Language Arts, Reading; Social Studies (including Canadian history and government); Science; and Mathematics (Parts I and II). Links to HippoCampus.org in the Math, Science, and Social Studies sections, where interactive subject help is offered via high-quality multimedia lessons and course content. Exercises and drills for every type of question in each GED test subject area, with hundreds of practice questions and detailed answer explanations to reinforce key concepts. Expert strategies to strengthen test-taking skills.
Peterson's essential introduction to the ASVAB provides information on preparing for and taking the ASVAB, details on the AFQT (Armed Forces Qualification Test), and a preview of the rest of the book. There is also valuable information about percentile and composite scoring.
Peterson's Master the Catholic High School Entrance Exams is the comprehensive test-prep book for scoring high on Catholic high school entrance exams. The book includes six full-length practice tests (two each for the HSPT, COOP, and TACHS) with detailed answer explanations, and includes valuable information on test format, type of questions, and how tests are scored. With expert tips that guide students through verbal and quantitative exercises.Selling Points:1. Two full-length practice tests each for the TACHS, the COOP, and the HSPT, all with answer keys and detailed explanations2. Step-by-step coaching for each type of question on the exam3. In-depth subject review covering the verbal, math, and quantitative sections of the exam4. Easy-to-use self-evaluation tools to track progress5. Valuable information about the SSAT and the ISEE secondary school entrance exams which are occasionally administered for admission into Catholic high schools
Peterson's Master the Catholic High School Entrance Exams 2013 is exactly what you need if you're in eighth grade and are preparing to continue your education at a Catholic high school. Peterson's guide has been specifically designed to assist you with preparing for and taking the most commonly used Catholic high school entrance exams. We not only help you develop test-taking skills but also provide descriptions and examples of each entrance exam with eight full-length practice tests-two New York City Tests for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS), two Cooperative Entrance Exams (COOPs), two High School Placement Tests (HSPTs), one Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT), and one Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE).
Approximately 20% of the hundreds of thousands of U.S. government job openings require successful candidates to pass a written exam. Peterson's Master the Civil Service Exams is a comprehensive, step-by-step preparation guide for those seeking a position with the federal government that requires taking a written exam. Master the Civil Service Exams provides the math, verbal, and clerical exercises you need to pass your civil service exam, plus 4 full-length sample tests with detailed answer explanations to help you hone your skills. Build your confidence by following the expert tips and strategies outlined in the book, and get the inside scoop on the civil service job market.
Peterson's Master the CLEP is the essential prep guide for non-traditional students who are looking to begin a college career and for current students who want to save on tuition costs by testing out of certain courses. When you use this guide, you will get a basic overview of the CLEP, a look at the general examinations and the vast number of subject-specific exams, tips for registering and preparing for the CLEP, and a guide to interpreting your test scores. This is followed by extensive reviews of the five CLEP general examinations, with pre- and post-tests and subject matter overviews that will help you pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. The Appendix will go into detail about a number of CLEP subject exams.
Peterson's Master the Clerical Exams: Practice Test 3 provides a great opportunity for test-takers to practice the most common types of questions encountered on clerical exams and then assess their strengths and weaknesses. Through this full-length practice test, readers can find out where their skills are strongest-and where they need extra help. Clerical test subjects in this practice test include vocabulary, coding, math, and perceptual skills. Detailed answer explanations can help target the right study plan to score high on a clerical exam.
Peterson's Master the Clerical Exams: Practice Test 4 provides a great opportunity for test-takers to practice the type of questions encountered on Federal Clerical Exam and then assess their strengths and weaknesses. Through this full-length practice test, readers can find out where their skills are strongest-and where they need extra help. Clerical test subjects in this practice test include vocabulary and clerical skills. Detailed answer explanations can help target the right study plan to score high on the Federal Clerical Exam.
Peterson's Master the College Composition CLEP Test offers a comprehensive review of the skills assessed in this general examination. You will start by taking a 50-question pre-test, complete with detailed answer explanations, to help find your strengths and weakneses. This is followed by a thorough discussion of the conventions of Standard Written English, revision skills, the ability to use source materials, and rhetorical analysis. Each of these subject areas includes review questions with answer explanations. You will review how to write a successful essay, and then go through an in-depth usage review. You can then practice with a 50-question post-test, which is also accompanied by answer explanations.
College Mathematics, part of Peterson's Master the CLEP, is meant to fully prepare you for the CLEP College Mathematics general examination. It offers an extensive overview of the following subject areas: real number systems, sets, probability and statistics, logic, functions and their graphs, and additional topics from algebra and geometry. You will find numerous practice question sets throughout the subject review. In addition, there are a pre- and a post-test, with 50 questions each, that will help you in your preparation for this exam. All practice questions come with detailed answer explanations.
Peterson's Master the Dental Hygienist Exam is a comprehensive guide that offers essential test-prep and review material to those seeking to advance their dental hygienist careers. Readers will find the information they need to know about what dental hygienists do, the steps to becoming a dental hygienist, and preparation and practice on the two component questions of the National Board Dental Hygiene Exam (NBDHE).
Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam provides an in-depth review of the firefighting profession and a thorough analysis of a typical firefighter exam. Peterson's guide helps readers navigate through the firefighter qualifying process, study for the written exam, and understand the subjects covered. In addition, Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam contains five practice tests, which assist test-takers in assessing their weaknesses and building their confidence as they prepare for the exam. Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam shows readers what to expect on their written firefighter exam and helps them understand the subjects covered.
Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam: Firefighting Basics covers the careers of paid firefighters, the nature of wildland firefighting, and the firefighter screening process. Readers will find helpful information on job tasks and working conditions, first responder and EMT services, application and physical fitness requirements, screening tests and interviews, and the experience needed to earn a Red Card. Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam shows readers what to expect on their written firefighter exam and helps them understand the subjects covered. For more information see Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam.
Master the Firefighter Exam: Five Practice Tests consists of five full-length practice tests. There are three general practice tests, each with the same average number and mix of question types you'll encounter on the actual firefighter exam. These practice tests include reading comprehension, reasoning and judgment, spatial orientation, observation and memory, and mechanical reasoning questions and answer explanations. In addition, there is one New York City Exam and one National Firefighter Selection Inventory (NFSI). Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam shows readers what to expect on their written firefighter exam and helps them understand the subjects covered. For more information see Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam.
Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam: Test Preparation is the coaching program for taking the firefighter exam. This section analyzes each section of the typical firefighter exam, including reading comprehension, reasoning and judgment, spatial orientation, observation and memory, and mechanical reasoning. Test-takers will find powerful strategies for attacking every question type they'll encounter on the actual exam. Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam shows readers what to expect on their written firefighter exam and helps them understand the subjects covered. For more information see Peterson's Master the Firefighter Exam.
Peterson's Master the GED 2013 offers thorough test preparation for individuals who have decided to get their high school diplomas. This self-tutor will show you what to expect while giving you the most effective practice with subjects you can presume to see on the actual exam. The first part of the eBook covers essential information about the structure of the exam, scoring and passing requirements, scheduling and testing procedures, and what you need to get ready for the exam. Next comes a diagnostic practice test to help you see where your strengths and weaknesses are. The following five parts offer thorough reviews of the subject matter for each test area of the GED: Language Arts, Writing: Parts I and II; Social Studies; Science; Language Arts: Reading; and Mathematics. Each review includes test-taking strategies and practice questions with detailed answer explanations. The final part of this eBook comprises two full-length tests so that you can apply your knowledge and newly learned strategies and practice for the actual GED. Finally, a word list in the appendix offers you a great tool to boost your vocabulary.
Master the GED: Determining Strengths and Weaknesses, part of Peterson's Master the GED 2013, is a full-length practice test designed to help you figure out which areas of study you need to pay special attention to when preparing for taking the GED. This diagnostic test consists of six sections, each with its own time allotment and specific instructions. You will encounter each type of question that is also on the official test. Finally, there are detailed answer explanations and instructions on how to evaluate your essay that will reinforce your knowledge and help you learn from your mistakes.
Peterson's Master the GED: Basics presents a thorough introduction to the five GED tests. It discusses the organization and time limits of each test; explains how the GED is scored and what the passing requirements are; and addresses the scheduling and fees and how to check for testing availability. You find out how to retake all or part of the GED and how to receive your GED certificate, what to expect on test day, and how to set a study schedule. The top ten test-taking tips round out this introduction.
Peterson's Master the GED: The Language Arts, Reading Test is your one-stop test preparation for the GED Reading Test. When using this eBoo, you will learn how to read and understand the various types of fiction and nonfiction passages that are included in the Reading Test. For each type, you are presented with sample passages and GED-style questions based on them. At the end of the lesson, you will review some general strategies that apply to every kind of reading passage.
Peterson's Master the GED: The Language Arts, Writing Test comprises three review chapters exclusively focused on your preparation for the two parts of the Writing test. The material introduces each question type you will encounter in Part I and give you tips and strategies for answering each one. This eBook includes an in-depth writing review to help you with the sentence structure problems that make up about a third of the questions in Part I. The final review chapter pays special attention to the essay you will need to write, reviewing successful writing strategies and discussing the strengths and weaknesses of a number of included sample essays. It concludes with strategies on how to evaluate your own practice essays.
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