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"This is a remarkable book. It is well-written and literate - an excellent example of what these Grade Ten students should aspire to achieve. The text is clear and easy to follow. Information and directions are neatly focussed with additional information provided via links. Examples are relevant and appropriate, and hence engaging for the 15 and 16 year old audience. Answers to the test questions not only provide the correct/best answer but also a full explanation of why it is the correct answer and why the alternate options are not correct/the best.
Test or no test, any student who works through Don’t Panic 2.0: On-the-Go Practice for the OSSLT will come out a stronger reader and writer."
-- Nancy Wills

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ISBN: 9780988007000
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