Our Math questions cover the subjects that are on the actual GED® test.
Each question has a number of answer options.
Choose the best answer for each of the questions.
GED Test Prep Tips
Taking multiple practice tests is very important. These tests indicate what your skills and knowledge gaps are. This will allow you to center on subject matter that requires your attention most.
GED graduates have very useful and good advice for you. You shouldn’t study for all GED subtests at once.
You are given the liberty to sit for one (or more) of the four GED modules at a time. So you can prepare for one of the subject areas, take and pass that section and then move on to get ready for the next subject test.
One of the most common slipups is forgetting to block study time! This is a major hurdle for students preparing for the GED exam.
Postponement and pretexts are also among your worse enemies. Simply choose a learning schedule that fits you and stick to it!
A second common but big mistake when taking the GED test is that so many students spend far too much time on only one question. Then, at the end of their time, they realize they won’t be able to make it through the entire test.
Time management problems are among your biggest stumbling blocks when it comes to passing the GED test.
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