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1 ENGLISH……….………….…………………………………….. #1-10 MATH……………..…….……....………………..…………… #11-20 SCIENCE………….…..……...………………….………….. #21-30 SOCIAL STUDIES…….……………………...…………… #31-40 GHSGT REVIEW *Questions from

2 1.Which sentence demonstrates correct use of the apostrophe? A.) Sarahs shoes' were killing her feet. B.) The cats' toy mouse is in the basket. C.) The dog's water bowl is completely empty. D.) The firemans' helmet was black but not burned. English

3 2.Read the sentence below and determine which of the answers correctly punctuates the underlined portion. Although Terry liked to run in the rain she wasn't so sure about jogging in a monsoon. A.) correct B.) rain; she C.) rain: she D.) rain, she English

4 3. Which sentence demonstrates correct use of capitalization? A.) The civil war enthusiast portrayed Robert E. Lee at saturday's birmingham reenactment. B.) The Civil War enthusiast portrayed Robert E. Lee at Saturday's Birmingham reenactment. C.) The civil war enthusiast portrayed Robert E. Lee at saturday's Birmingham reenactment. D.) The Civil War enthusiast portrayed Robert E. Lee at saturday's Birmingham reenactment. English

5 After the first weeks of school, Anita's grades were not good, however, she studied hard and improved her grades during the next few weeks. 4. Choose the answer that is the most effective substitute for the underlined part of the sentence. If no substitute is necessary, choose "Leave as is." A.) Leave as is. B.) Anita's grades were not good however; she studied hard and improved C.) Anita's grades were not good; however, she studied hard and improved D.) Anita's grades were not good: however, she studied hard and improved English

6 5. Which is a run-on sentence? A.) All of the fish that we caught were too small to keep. B.) Ricky changed the oil but he forgot to replace the oil filter. C.) The striking patriotic design surprised the memorial planning committee. D.) Everyone on the harbor cruise reported feeling a little seasick and left early. English

7 When Antonio goes to summer school next month, he takes math and English. 6. Choose the answer that is the most effective substitute for the underlined part of the sentence. If no substitute is necessary, choose ‘Leave as is.’ A.) Leave as is. B.) he will be taking math and English C.) he has been taking math and English D.) he will have been taking math and English English

8 7. Select the sentence that has no errors in punctuation. A.) Tamika was very angry because Connie would not speak to her. B.) Because Connie would not speak to her Tamika was very angry. C.) Tamika was very angry, because Connie would not speak to her. D.) Tamika, was very angry because Connie would not speak to her. English

9 8. Choose the sentence that contains a comma splice. A.) Since it was chilly, I ordered some coffee at the snack bar. B.) As I sat on a bench and drank my coffee, a seagull passed over, he relieved himself on my head. C.) As I leaned over the railing of the ferry, I watched the seagulls dip down into the deep green water. D.) Everyone who visits Martha's Vineyard must take the ferry, and it is best to leave your car on the Boston shore. English

10 9. Fill in the blank with the BEST transition word(s). Medical studies have proven that sun damage can lead to melanoma;_____________, you should always wear sunscreen to protect your skin from those damaging ultra-violet rays. A.) however B.) finally C.) therefore D.) for example English

11 Norse Mythology Kate McConnaughey Thor, a son of Woden, ranked next to him among the gods. He rode through the air in a chariot drawn by goats. The Germans called him Donar and Thunar, words which are like our word thunder. From this we can see that he was the thunder god. In his hand he carried a wonderful hammer which always had come back to his hand when he threw it. Its head was so bright that as it flew through the air it made the lightning. Read the passage above to answer the following question: 10. Look at the underlined section. There may be a mistake in the way the sentence is written. If you find a mistake, choose the answer that corrects the mistake. If there is no mistake, choose ‘Correct as is.’ A.) Correct as is. B.) In his hand he carried a wonderful hammer which always came back to his hand when he threw it. C.) In his hand he carried a wonderful hammer which always did come back to his hand when he threw it. D.) In his hand he carried a wonderful hammer which was always coming back to his hand when he threw it. English

12 11. Which graph BEST represents the line of best fit for the scatterplot? A.). B.). C.). D.). Math

13 12. Simplify. (3x 2 + 3) - (6x + 4) + (3x 2 - 5x) A.) -11x - 1 B.) 6x 2 + x + 7 C.) 6x x - 1 D.) 6x x + 7 Math

14 13. Solve the quadratic equation. 12x = 0 A.) 5/2 B.) -5/2 C.) -5/2 and 5/2 D.) no solution Math

15 14. State the converse of the conditional statement and determine whether it is true or false. Conditional Statement: If an angle has a measure of 90°, then it is a right angle. A.) If an angle is right, then it has a measure of 90°.; TRUE B.) If an angle is right, then it has a measure of 90°.; FALSE C.) If an angle does not have a measure of 90°, then it is not a right angle.; TRUE D.) If an angle does not have a measure of 90°, then it is not a right angle.; FALSE Math

16 15. Aiden spun the spinner shown 20 times. His results are shown in the table. What are the experimental and theoretical probabilities for spinning red? A.) experimental = 3/4; theoretical = 1/4 B.) experimental = 1/4; theoretical = 3/4 C.) experimental = 1/4; theoretical = 3/20 D.) experimental = 3/20; theoretical = 1/4 Math

17 16. Which binomial is a factor of the polynomial? x 2 + 5x - 36 A.) (x + 6) B.) (x + 9) C.) (x + 12) D.) (x + 18) Math

18 17. A tree that is 100 feet tall casts a shadow that is 150 feet long. Determine the angle at which the rays of the sun hit the ground to the nearest degree. A.) 31° B.) 34° C.) 42° D.) 59° Math

19 18. There are 3 white marbles and 7 blue marbles in a bag. Jamie will randomly pick two marbles out of the bag without replacing the first marble chosen. What is the probability of Jamie's picking 2 white marbles? A.) 1/15 B.) 1/18 C.) 1/20 D.) 1/7 Math

20 19. In this quadrilateral x = A.) 56 ◦ B.) 67 ◦◦ C.) 78 ◦ D.) 89 ◦ Math

21 A.) (2, 4) B.) (3, 5) C.) (4, 5) D.) (4, 6) 20. What is the midpoint between point P and point Q? Math

22 21. Ocean waves travel in to the beach at an average velocity of 2.5 m/s. If these waves come in 4 seconds apart, what is the average distance between the wave peaks? A.) m B.) 1.6 m C.) 5.0 m D.) 10.0 m Science

23 22. Water can absorb more heat than land, but water does not increase in temperature as fast because it has a high A.) polarity B.) surface area. C.) heat capacity. D.) surface tension. Science

24 23. The mass of the electron is A.) about equal to the neutron. B.) almost the same as the proton. C.) very small compared to the proton. D.) very large compared to the neutron. Science

25 24. Based on the graph, determine the amount of U- 238 that would remain after 4.5 billion years, if the original sample contained 6 grams of pure U-238. A.) 0.75 grams B.) 3 grams C.) 6 grams D.) 12 grams Science

26 25. Which organisms produces seeds during reproduction? A.) Algae B.) Angiosperms C.) Ferns D.) Mosses Science

27 26. Darwin wrote many of the premises of 'The Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection' by noting differences in the _________ of closely related __________, while studying in the Galapagos Islands. A.) feet, finches. B.) beaks, finches. C.) shell shapes, tortoises. D.) dietary preferences, tortoises. Science

28 27. Which particle has the most energy? A.) ice B.) water C.) steam D.) there is no difference in particle energy Science

29 28. In the illustration, the structures that project from the cell membrane are _____ and are used for _____. A.) cilia, locomotion. B.) pili, homeostasis. C.) flagella, reproduction. D.) pseudopodia, predation. Science

30 29. Which object would have a LARGER gravitational force acting upon it? (assume the objects are at the same height above the Earth.) A.) 5 kg block of wood B.) 100 kg person C.) 412 kg motorcycle D.) 2540 kg elephant Science

31 30. Which part of the atom cannot have its location accurately determined and is modeled by a cloud around the center of the atom? A.) electron B.) neutron C.) nucleus D.) proton Science

32 A.) Citizens of the United States must vote during every election. B.) States must give equal protection under the law to all citizens. C.) States must have their constitutions approved by the federal government. D.) Citizens of the United States must follow federal laws before state laws. Social Studies 31. Which BEST completes this diagram about the Fourteenth Amendment?

33 32. This method of communication became vitally important by the end of the nineteenth century because of its use in coordinating rail travel. A.) telegraph B.) telephone C.) television D.) Pony Express Social Studies

34 33. Taking the population trends represented in this map, which state would have been most likely to lose representation in the U.S. House of Representatives? A.) California B.) Georgia C.) Nebraska D.) Texas Social Studies

35 34. Which of the following is an example of a peninsula? A.) Hawaii B.) Italy C.) Japan D.) Sicily Social Studies

36 35. While World War II raged outside of the United States, attempts were made in the U.S. to support the war effort by A.) rationing consumer goods such as food and gas. B.) decreasing taxes to encourage civilian consumption. C.) people giving up their homes to house soldiers stationed in that area. D.) relocating persons of Italian-American descent living on the east coast. Social Studies

37 36. Why did the framers of the Constitution provide that the President and Congress be elected while federal judges are appointed? A.) it provided the framework for popular sovereignty B.) the system supports the checks and balances principle C.) compromises were needed to ensure ratification of the Constitution D.) court decisions can be reached without regard to political considerations Social Studies

38 37. If Senator Smith wants to delay voting on a controversial or otherwise objectionable bill, she may A.) veto the bill. B.) start a filibuster. C.) demand a cloture vote. D.) defer it to a joint committee. Social Studies

39 38. Which term describes the era when new ideas in physics, astronomy, biology, human anatomy, chemistry, and other sciences led to a rejection of superstitions and beliefs that had existed since ancient times? A.) The Renaissance B.) The Middle Ages C.) The Age of Revolution D.) The Scientific Revolution Social Studies

40 39. After reviewing this chart, you can infer that A.) The Battle of Vicksburg was not a very significant Union victory. B.) The battle at Appomattox was a clear and decisive victory by Confederate troops. C.) Union forces won many Civil War battles because they had many more troops than the Confederates. D.) Confederate forces were more accurate and would have defeated the Union if they had better weapons. Social Studies

41 40. From this cartoon you can infer that the cartoonist A.) believes that England and Japan will soon be at war. B.) opposes U. S. participation in the League of Nations. C.) believes that the League of Nations will prevent future wars. D.) believes that the U. S. should become a member of the League of Nations. Social Studies


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