These Language Arts sample questions belong to our GED® test preparatory course.
Answer all of the questions.
Do not leave any of these questions unanswered.
GED Test Prep Tips
Taking a number of practice tests is important because they will indicate what your knowledge and skills gaps are.
It’s important to identify your weak points so you can concentrate on learning these subject areas.
Studies have shown that students who frequently take practice tests get higher scores on the real test.
Recent GED graduates have good advice for you: don’t learn for all of the four subject tests at once.
You have the option to take the subtests one at a time. Prepare for one subtest, pass that section, and move ahead to the next subtest.
While preparing for the GED test, the most common slipup is that students forget to block time for learning.
Postponement and pretexts are among your biggest enemies. Adopt a learning schedule and please stick to it.
The second common mistake that leads to not passing the exam is that students spend way too much time on one question to end up not making it through the entire test.
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