Are you taking the GED? Are you ready to pass?
The GED Test consists of separate tests that measure knowledge in five different
areas: Language Arts, Writing; Social Studies; Science; Language Arts, Reading; and
Mathematics. An important component of the GED Test is an essay that proves your
ability to write and communicate effectively.
The GED Test requires a lot of preparation because it measures the skills and knowledge taught to a graduating high school senior. The normal passing scores for the GED Test are based on the estimated passing rate of graduating high school seniors. To pass the GED Test, you must perform as well as or better than 60 percent of high school seniors.
The GED Test may appear to be a little intimidating at first, but there is no shame in admitting you need to help to take the most important test of your adult life. GED Test study books can be found at any bookstore. Our GED practice tests allow you to study online and prepare from the comfort of your own home.
Maximize your chances of passing the GED Test by preparing and studying as often as possible. The easiest way to get started is to take the pretest. The pretest is often called an assessment test. Every GED Test study book has practice tests. Take one to determine which area you need to study in. Most people are not stupid. Most eighth graders can pass at least 4 of the GED tests without studying. Take a practice test to determine your strengths and weaknesses. If you fail the math section, study math. If you’re weak in science, study science. There’s really no need to study all 5 subjects if you’re already proficient in 3 or 4 areas. Determine your needs and study, study, study.
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