Take one of these Pre GED tests and check your knowledge of US History, Geography, Science, and English Language. If you want to pass the GED® test you will need to have a sophisticated level of knowledge in these 4 subjects. Start with these quizzes and then you can continue preparing by taking one of our GED practice tests.
Pre GED Tests
How to start with GED Prep
If you want to prepare for the GED test effectively, you need to have some kind of preparation plan.
Otherwise, you soon may feel overwhelmed and lose track or, what worse, give up regular learning altogether.
The solution is quite simple: follow the proven plan and take one step at the time. This way, you will focus on your short-term tasks and not feel swamped by the number of lessons you need to learn.
For example, if you will study 3 times a week for about 45 minutes each time and watch 3 videos from the free GED online classes we created for you, it will take you about 3-4 months to get ready for the GED test.
I heard people say that the GED test is easy and that it’s not that hard to pass. In my opinion, the GED test can be easy but you really need to spend some time getting ready for the test, If you will not be serious about GED prep, it can be very hard to pass.
So, make sure you have a good plan and if you are motivated to learn, you will get your GED diploma this year, no doubts about that.