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General Educational Development (GED) Preperation

General Educational Development (GED)

General Educational Development (or GED) tests are a group of four subject tests which, when passed, certify that the taker has American or Canadian high school-level academic skills. The GED is also referred to as a General Education Diploma, General Equivalency Diploma, or Graduate Equivalency Degree. Once you get the GED diploma, you can pursue higher education and if you decide to do so, you will get the same government financial aid as any other high school graduate does. In order to sit for the GED Test candidates usually take up GED class so that they can prepare well of the GED Test. The GED® program is the only higher secondary certificate available in over 85 countries and accepted by nearly all universities in the U.S. and many across the world.

The GED® exam is made up of 4 subjects, broken into separate exams: Mathematical Reasoning, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. You don’t have to take all 4 exams at once - you can space them out and go at your own pace. The GED exam can be taken anytime throughout the year, so you don’t have to wait months for specific exam dates. Schedule your exam when you and your teacher know you are ready.

How the test works ?
The GED® test has a passing score of 145 on each test part. Therefore, you will need to reach a score of at least 145 on each part and a total score of 580 across the four-part battery in order to receive your GED® test credential. You may also earn the College Ready score or College Ready + Credit score if you earn the required score on a test subject. Learn more about the College Ready score and the College Ready + Credit score:
Below Passing: 100-144
GED® Passing Score: 145-164
GED® College Ready: 165-174
GED® College Ready + Credit: 175-200

Mathematical Reasoning

Overview : Learn math concepts, measurements, equations, and applying math concepts to solve real-life problems. You don’t have to memorize formulas and will be provided a formula sheet to use on the exam.

Science

Overview : Learn to understand science concepts, know how to read graphs and charts displaying scientific data, and use reasoning to interpret science information. The science exam is not about memorization. You won’t need to memorize the periodic table of elements, but you will need to recognize names and symbols of key elements in answering some questions.

What Topics are on the Test?
  • English
  • Interpreting Nonfiction and Informational text
  • Main Ideas and details
  • Restatement and summary
  • Application of ideas
  • Cause and effect
  • Compare and contrast
  • Conclusions and Generalization
  • Word choice
  • Writer’s tone and Point of View
  • Text Structure
  • Analyzing Nonfiction and Informational Text
  • Purpose of text
  • Effectiveness of Argument
  • Validity of arguments
  • Text related by Theme or Topic
  • Texts with Opposing Arguments
  • Texts with Related Graphic Information
  • Using Grammar Correctly
  • Noun And Pronoun Agreement
  • Verb Forms And Tenses
  • Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Interpreting Fiction
  • Plot Elements & Inferences
  • Character & Theme
  • Style and Point of View
  • Figurative Language
  • Writing Effective Sentences
  • Plot Elements
  • Compound and Complex Sentences
  • Run-ons and Comma Splices
  • Subordinate & Modify Ideas
  • Parallel Structure
  • Connecting Ideas
  • Organize Ideas Into Paragraphs
  • Use Logical Order And Relevant Ideas
  • Relate Sentences And Paragraphs
  • Polishing Your Writing
  • Strengthen Your Sentences
  • Improve Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Using Writing Mechanics
  • Comma Use
  • Capitalization
  • Possessives And Contractions
  • Homonyms
  • Writing About Text
  • Unpack The Writing Prompt
  • Identify The Writer’s Arguments And Assumptions
  • Develop A Thesis Statement
  • Collect Supporting Evidence
  • Plan Your Response
  • Draft Your Response
  • Revise And Edit Your Response
  • Mathematics
  • Ratio, Proportion And Percent
  • Ratio And Proportion
  • Percent
  • Using The Percent Formula
  • Percent Calculator Skills
  • Simple Interest
  • Percent Of Change
  • Data, Statistics And Probability
  • Tables And Pictographs
  • Circle Graphs
  • Bar And Line Graphs
  • Measures Of Central Tendency
  • Line Plots
  • Histograms
  • Probability
  • Combinations
  • Permutations
  • Compare Proportions In Different Formats
  • Algebra Basics, Expressions And Polynomials
  • The Number Line And Signed Numbers

  • Powers And Roots
  • Scientific Notations
  • Order Of Operations
  • Absolute Value
  • Algebraic Expressions
  • Expressions And Calculator Skills
  • Understand Polynomials
  • Simplify Polynomials
  • Add, Subtract, Multiply And Divide Polynomials
  • Geometry
  • Plane Figures And Triangles
  • Pythagorean Relationship
  • Perimeter And Area
  • Circles And Volumes
  • Surface Area And Combined Figures
  • Geometry Calculator Skills
  • Equations, Inequalities And Fractions
  • Equations
  • Equation Word Problems
  • Inequalities
  • Algebra And Problem Solving
  • The Coordinate Plane
  • Graphing A Line
  • Slope Of A Line
  • Slope And Equations
  • Systems Of Linear Equations
  • Patterns And Functions
  • Function Applications
  • Function Notation
  • Social Studies
  • US History
  • Exploration, Colonialism And The American Revolution
  • Westward Expansion, The Civil War And Reconstruction
  • Industrialization, Immigration And The Progressive Era
  • The United States As An Emerging World Power
  • The Cold War And The Civil Rights Era
  • Civics and Government
  • Historic Basis For US System
  • Constitutional Government
  • Levels And Branches Of Government
  • The Electoral System
  • The Role Of The Citizen
  • Economics
  • Basic Economics Concepts
  • The US Economics System
  • The Economy And The US Government
  • Labor And Consumer Issues
  • Geography And The World
  • arly Civilizations
  • Feudalism To Nation States
  • The Age Of Revolution
  • Exploration, Colonialism And Wars
  • Human And The Environment
  • Using Resources Wisely
  • Science
  • Life Science
  • Cell structures and functions
  • Cell processes and energy
  • Human body systems
  • Health issues
  • Reproduction and heredity
  • Modern genetics
  • Earth and space science
  • Structure of the earth
  • Earth’s resources
  • Weather and climate
  • Earth in the solar system
  • The expanding universe
  • Physical science
  • Atoms and molecules
  • Properties and states of matter
  • Chemical reactions
  • The nature of energy
  • Motion and forces
  • Electricity and magnetism
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