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Test Prep Blog for the PERT

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To Use “Lay” or “Lie”?

To Use “Lay” or “Lie”?

To lay or to lie—that is the question. While it may seem simple enough to select between lay or lie, it is a question that can easily plague people well into adulthood. This is due, in part, to the similarity between the verbs: they both seem to say exactly the same thing. What differs, though, is the person or thing displaying the action. Is it lay, or is it lie? The Basic Guidelines The Usage of the Word Lie The verb lie is defined as to recline. This particular verb, then, is only going to be used for people or subjects that are capable of reclining. A piece of paper, for instance, is...
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Formula List for the PERT Mathematics Test

One of the main problems with Math is that we tend to forget concepts a…

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What Writing Skills Are Required on the PERT Test?

The PERT test is the state of Florida’s general placement test, which i…

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What Kind of Reading Will I Have to Do on the PERT Test?

How Many Questions in How Much Time? The Post-Secondary Education Read…

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Postsecondary Education Readiness Test Blog

The PERT: Why You WANT to Prepare for It!

The PERT, in a Nutshell The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test, or…