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Formulas You’ll Need for the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test

Are you preparing for the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test? We have some good news for you! First of all, you will be able to use a calculator during the test, and second, you’ll have a formula chart given to you, so you won’t have to memorize anything! But you know, with great power comes great ...

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The GED Mathematical Reasoning Test: What You Need to Know

The GED Mathematical Reasoning test assesses your familiarity with basic arithmetic and math concepts, including measurements as well as equations and applying these concepts to real-world problems. It might help to reduce your anxiety about this test by first going over what you don’t need to kn...

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The GED® Science Test: What You Need to Know

The GED® test was created as a way to assess a student’s college readiness, so it covers everything you should know after high school. If you’re preparing for the Science section of this test, you are probably getting a bit scared: Do I really have to recall everything my teachers said during all...

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Minor Changes Coming to the GED® Test in 2019

The General Education Diploma, or GED, is designed to assess the academic competency of individuals who have not received a high school diploma. The battery of tests found in the GED assess aptitude, knowledge, and skills. There have been recent changes to the test, including a greater focus on c...

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The GED® Reasoning Through Language Arts Test: What You Need to Know

The first thing you need to know about this test is that it’s not about what you know but what you can do. Other than understanding terms like “main idea” and “author’s point of view,” there is really no extensive vocabulary to memorize. The best preparation is to hone your reading skills and her...

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