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Category: GED General Prep

Molly Kiefer

20 Common GED Vocabulary Words You Should Know

Improving your vocabulary is one of the easiest ways to score better on the GED. Here are 20 GED vocabulary words that you’ll see on the test.

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Sarah Bradstreet

High School Equivalency Diploma vs. High School Diploma vs. GED Diploma

A lot of terms get thrown around about getting a high school diploma in a non-traditional way. Here’s a guide to the basics of high school equivalency.

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Beth Gonzales

GED Book Reviews: Best GED Books of 2017

Hundreds of options are available for GED prep books. But what is the best GED book for you? Read our review for the best GED books of 2017.

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Beth Gonzales

Which GED Prep Book is Right for You?

With so many options, how do you know which GED prep book is right for you? Let our review help you determine which is the best book for you.

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Sarah Bradstreet

Free GED Practice Test 2017

Taking a GED practice test is a great way to prepare, and there’s no need to shell out a lot of money. Here are some ways to take one for free.

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Sarah Bradstreet

Free GED Practice Resources

You don’t have to spend a fortune to prepare for the GED exam. There are plenty of free GED practice resources available to help you get ready for test day.

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Sarah Bradstreet

Top 10 GED Practice Questions

Here are 10 GED practice questions, taken from each of the four GED subject tests, that cover some of the most commonly-tested topics.

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Sarah Bradstreet

Top 10 Ways to Prepare for the GED Exam

GED prep may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are 10 ways to help you walk into the test ready to pass.

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Sarah Bradstreet

5 Strategies for Passing the GED

Passing the GED is a great accomplishment that takes a lot of hard work. Knowing where to focus can help you plan for success.

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Beth Gonzales

GED Questions: The 4 Main Concept Areas

GED questions cover 4 main concept areas: reading, science, math and social studies. What types of questions does each section have? Read on to find out!

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