GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Test

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RC1: Analyzing and creating text features and technique35%
RC2: Using evidence to understand, analyze and create arguments45%
RC3: Applying knowledge of English language conventions and usage20%
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Test Standards

RC1: Analyzing and creating text features and technique
1. (R.3.1)  Order Events
2. (R.3.2)  Plot, Characters, Settings, Etc.
3. (R.3.3)  Relationships
4. (R.3.4)  Infer Relationships
5. (R.3.5)  Roles Of Details
6. (R.6.1)  Point Of View, Purpose
7. (R.6.2)  Distinct, Conflicting Viewpoints
8. (R.6.3)  Implicit/explicit Purposes
9. (R.6.4)  Rhetorical Techniques
10. (R.4.1 / L.4.1)  Word Meanings
11. (R.4.2 / L.4.2 A)  Meaning And Tone
12. (R.4.3 / L.4.3)  Word Impact
13. (R.5.1)  Parts In Structure
14. (R.5.2)  Adjacent Sections
15. (R.5.3)  Transitional Language
16. (R.5.4)  Structure Shapes Meaning
17. (R.9.1 / 7.1)  Compare Texts
18. (R.7.3)  Compare Documents
19. (R.9.2)  Compare Passages
20. (W.2)  Analytic Response
RC2: Using evidence to understand, analyze and create arguments
1. (R.2.1)  Details And Ideas
2. (R.2.2)  Summarize
3. (R.2.3)  Inferences
4. (R.2.4)  Implied Main Ideas
5. (R.2.5)  Details Support Main Idea
6. (R.2.6)  Theme
7. (R.2.7)  Generalizations
8. (R.2.8)  Synthesize Ideas
9. (R.8.1)  Argument Steps
10. (R.8.2)  Evidence For Claims
11. (R.8.3)  Evaluate Evidence
12. (R.8.4)  Supported Or Not
13. (R.8.5)  Reasoning
14. (R.8.6)  Underlying Assumption
15. (R.9.3)  Compare Passages
16. (R.7.2)  Data And Visual Information
17. (R.7.4)  Compare Passages
18. (W.1)  Details And Inferences
RC3: Applying knowledge of English language conventions and usage
1. (W.3)  Conventions
2. (L.1.1)  Homonyms, Etc.
3. (L.1.2)  Subject-verb Agreement
4. (L.1.3)  Pronoun Usage
5. (L.1.4)  Informal Usage
6. (L.1.5)  Modifiers
7. (L.1.6)  Parallelism
8. (L.1.7)  Complex Agreement
9. (L.1.8)  Wordiness, Awkward Construction
10. (L.1.9)  Transitional, Conjunctive
11. (L.2.1)  Capitalization
12. (L.2.2)  Run-ons And Fragements
13. (L.2.3)  Apostrophes
14. (L.2.4)  Commas, End Marks, Etc.