GED (General Educational Development)

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Web Resources for Taking GED Tests in Canada

If you’re looking for online information about taking the General Education Development (GED) test in Canada, the official GED site is a great place to start. The GED Testing Service Web site offers online [more…]

How to Get the Most Out of GED Practice Tests

To pass the General Education Development (GED) test with flying colors, try a few practice tests. Reviewing typical GED test questions and feeling confident with your answers is a great way to prepare [more…]

Canadian GED Tips for Newcomers to Canada

The Canadian General Education Development (GED) tests are generally provided in English and require a level of English understanding equal to that of most Grade 12 students. If you are new to Canada, [more…]

The Canadian GED For Dummies Cheat Sheet

In Canada, passing the General Educational Development (GED) tests grants you a high school equivalency certificate or diploma, which can give you an advantage over other job or education candidates. Prepare [more…]

Lo que debe traer — y no traer— al Centro de Pruebas de GED

Antes de salir de su casa para ir al centro de pruebas de GED el día del examen, asegúrese de traer con usted uno pocos artículos importantes (como su identificación con fotografía) - y dejar en casa algunos [more…]

Repaso de las Pruebas de GED y lo que Cubren

Antes de empezar a prepararse para algo tan importante como pasar las pruebas de GED, usted debe saber en qué se está metiendo – es decir, de qué tratan las pruebas de GED. Cada prueba es una serie de [more…]

El GED en Espanol Para Dummies

El examen de GED es en realidad cinco pruebas que cubren las artes del lenguaje, estudios sociales, ciencias y matemáticas y le ofrecen un diploma equivalente al de escuela secundaria. La clave para pasar [more…]

Why Is It Important to Take Practice Tests Before the GED?

The GED is not something you should take lightly. If you plan on taking the test, you should definitely prepare for it, preferably by making the most of practice tests. Taking practice GED tests is important [more…]

What to Expect From the New GED Test Format

A computer now administers the GED test. That means that all the questions appear on a computer screen, and you enter all your answers into a computer. You read, calculate, evaluate, analyze, and write [more…]

What to Expect From the Reasoning Through Language Arts Section of the GED

The Reasoning Through Language Arts section is one long test on the GED that covers all the literacy components of the GED test. You have 150 minutes overall. However, the test is divided into three sections [more…]

What to Expect From the Mathematical Reasoning Section of the GED

The Mathematical Reasoning section on the GED tests mathematics that you'd normally know by the end of high school. Because this new test is designed to prepare you for both postsecondary education and [more…]

What to Expect From the Science Section of the GED

The best advice for the Science section of the GED is to read as much as you can, and read science material. Whenever you don't understand a word or concept, look it up in a dictionary or online. The items [more…]

What to Expect From the Social Studies Section of the GED

The Social Studies section of the GED test is scheduled for 90 minutes. Sixty-five minutes are allocated for the multiple-choice and short-answer questions, whereas the Extended Response item — an essay [more…]

How to Schedule to Take the GED

To take the GED test, you schedule it based on the available testing dates. Each state or local testing center sets its own schedule for the GED test, which means that your state decides how and when you [more…]

How Do I Know if I am Eligible to Take the GED?

Before you schedule your test, make sure you meet the requirements to take the GED test. You're eligible to apply to take the GED test only if you meet the following: [more…]

Special Accommodations for the GED

If you need to complete the GED on paper or have a disability that makes it impossible for you to use the computer, your needs can be accommodated. However, other specifics apply: Your choice of times [more…]

How to Sign Up to Take the GED

Once you have determined that you need to take the GED, you will need to sign up to take the test. When you're actually ready to sign up for the test, follow these simple steps: [more…]

What You Should Know about Taking the GED Test When English Is Your Second Language

The good news is that English doesn't have to be your first language for you to take the GED test. The GED test is offered in English, Spanish, and French. If you want to take the test in Spanish or French [more…]

What You Should Know about GED Test Scores

To pass the GED, you need to score a minimum of 150 on each section of the test, and you must pass each section of the test to earn your GED diploma. If you achieve a passing score, congratulate yourself [more…]

GED Test Prep: Reasoning Through Language Arts Drop-Down Menu Questions

On the GED, you’ll encounter technologically enhanced questions. One type of question on the Reasoning Through Language Arts section asks you to correct, edit, or generally improve samples of writing. [more…]

GED Test Prep: Reasoning Through Language Arts Extended Response Questions

In the Extended Response of the Reasoning Through Language Arts section of the GED, you get 45 minutes to write an essay. Note that the source material is longer than one screen. The tabs on the top of [more…]

GED Test Prep: Social Studies Question Types

In the Social Studies section on the GED test, you'll encounter all the same types of questions as you do on the other sections: multiple choice questions, drag-and-drop questions, drop-down menu questions [more…]

GED Test Prep: Science Question Types

When you take the Science section of the GED test, you have to answer a variety of the same types of questions in the other tests, all in 90 minutes. These sections focus on the slight differences you [more…]

GED Test Prep: Mathematical Reasoning Question Types

The computerized GED test will have questions that test your mathematical reasoning ability. Here are some of the specific test formats you'll encounter in the Mathematical Reasoning section of the GED [more…]

GED Test Prep: Tips for Reasoning Through Language Arts Reading Section

Make sure you work through some GED test prep questions to see how the questions work and what's expected of you to answer them. You first answer a series of short items, mainly multiple-choice. However [more…]

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