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Ch 72: HiSET: Spatial Processes

About This Chapter

The quick, engaging videos in this chapter cover spatial processes to help you prepare for the Social Studies HiSET. A short quiz after each lesson lets you evaluate your understanding of the information you've covered.

HiSET: Spatial Processes - Chapter Summary

These accessible, entertaining videos review spatial processes and interactions and behavioral geography concepts that could appear on the HiSET Social Studies test. As you work through the chapter, you will learn about:

  • Spatial behavior and behavioral geography
  • Cultural diffusion and expansion
  • Movement's impact on spatial interaction
  • Types of spatial processes

Video transcripts and short quizzes provide additional tools to contribute to your success as you study this subject. If you have any questions about the material, you can reach out to our instructors for help.

Objectives of the HiSET: Spatial Processes Chapter

The HiSET is a high school equivalency exam similar to the GED. Social studies is one of the five subtests on the HISET exam. Six percent of the HiSET Social Studies test is devoted to questions about geography. Use the lessons in this chapter to review some of the important concepts you can expect to encounter. The remainder of the test is divided as follows: 38% to history questions, 38% to civics and government questions, and 18% to questions about geography.

The test is 70 minutes in length and has 50 multiple-choice questions. Use the similarly-formatted quizzes in this chapter to get acclimated to answering HiSET questions and build confidence before your test date.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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