Our Social Studies practice questions help you get ready for the real GED® test.
Each question comes with a few answer choices.
For each question, choose the best answer.
GED Test Prep Tips
Taking multiple practice tests is important. This will be an indication of your knowledge gaps.
It’s key to know what your weaker points are so you can concentrate fully on learning those topics that require your precious time most.
Recent GED test-takers have some good advice: please don’t study for the entire GED exam at once.
You are allowed to sit for one GED subtest at a time. So you have the freedom to prepare for one of the four subject areas, take and pass that section, and then move ahead to the next section.
When getting all set for the GED exam, one of the most common slipups is forgetting to block study time.
Pretexts and postponement are actually your biggest enemies. So adopt a learning schedule and stick to that schedule!
Also, many students are spending too much of their time on just one question and end up not being able to make it through the whole GED test.
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