These Math questions belong to our GED® test prep course.
Each of these questions has multiple answer choices.
You should choose the best answer for the questions.
GED Test Prep Tips
It is important that you know what your weaker points are so you can concentrate on learning these subject topics.
GED students that passed the exam recently have some great advice for you: please don’t learn for all four GED subtests at once.
You are allowed to sit for one of the four GED subtests at a time, so get all set for one of the subject areas, take and pass that part, and then start learning for the next subject field.
Many students, when preparing for the GED exam, make the all too common mistake of forgetting to block time for their learning efforts.
Procrastination, as well as useless excuses, are among your biggest enemies. Decide about a learning schedule and style and stick to it! Time management issues are among the biggest stumbling blocks when it comes to passing the GED test.
Another major mistake that leads to failing the GED exam is that so many students spend far too much of their precious time on just one question resulting in that they won’t be able to make through the end of the test.
Last Updated on August 18, 2020.