Building on the methods and techniques presented in Problem Solving and Comprehension,the authors show how their methods can be used to manage more difficult problems and situations. By providing step-by-step solutions for problems of figural reasoning, chart and graph interpretation, verbal reasoning, and advanced mathematical word problems, the authors create an ideal book for gifted students and for those preparing to take standardized admissions tests for colleges and professional schools.
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