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While we are out.....  

Hello everyone,

While we are away from each other, I have compiled a list of websites that are great for reviewing. 

 

U.S. History:

Here are study packets from my Quizlet.com:

https://quizlet.com/176275863/us-history-mid-term-study-guide-flash-cards/

https://quizlet.com/289822473/va-us-history-sol-terms-and-questions-flash-cards/

Here are SOL REVIEW websites:

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/sol/released_tests/2013/va_and_us_hist_item_set_released_in_spring_2014.pdf

https://www.solpass.org/released-online/us-va-2012/framepage.php

https://www.4tests.com/sol-virginia-us-history

http://iq.whro.org/2014vasol/eocvaushist/eocvaushist14.htm

 

Econ. & Personal Finance:

1. Go to moneypower.org

2. Go to the top right corner and use this login

                   ID: Rhs138

                   password: hS4602

3. Fill in Zipcode, City, Birth Year and then click SUBMIT

4. Take all the tests over and over again. These are released questions from the W!SE test. You may see these questions on the test or ones close to it. PLEASE READ OVER THE THE REASON WHY THE ANSWER IS THE ANSWER AT THE END OF THE QUIZ.

You will have to login every time you finish a quz.

 

Here are REVIEW pages for the W!SE test. 

https://quizlet.com/200291862/wise-personal-finance-literacy-test-practice-questions-flash-cards/

https://quizlet.com/131690122/wse-financial-literacy-certification-test-topic-checklist-flash-cards/

https://quizlet.com/132936405/wse-literacy-test-terms-flash-cards/

 

Here is a copy of your book online:

Welcome to your G-W Online Student Classroom account.

To access your classroom subscription, follow these instructions:

Step 1–Web Address
Click on www.g-wonlinetextbooks.com or copy and paste the link into your Web browser.

Step 2–Login:
Log in to G-W Online Textbooks using your username and password:

Foundations in Financial Literacy
User name: tcps01
Password: fofl18

Step 3–My Bookshelf:
Locate your online textbook from the “My Bookshelf” page.

This is a classroom account, the username and password is required every time a student logs in. 500 students (plus the instructor) are allowed to use the same login concurrently.