You take notes, you prep, you study and finally feel like you are prepared. It’s time to figure out when to take the GED test!
You can study for the GED in one week, but should you? Our tips will help you study for the GED no matter how long it takes for you to feel truly ready.
Whether you’re just getting started or just hoping to finish strong, here are some tips to make the most of your last minute GED prep.
How long should you study for the GED? Learn about the length of time needed to successfully prepare for the GED exam no matter what your timeframe.
Wondering how many questions are on the GED? Learn about how the test is structured so you know what to expect and can prepare for success on test day.
How many questions can I miss on the GED and still pass? Learn about GED scoring and what you need to pass each subject test.
Improve your chances for success on the GED! Our last minute GED tips give you advice on how to get “test-ready” the entire week before you test.
GED practice: converting units of measurement. Understanding and converting between various units of measurement is important for GED math and science.
GED Writing Prep: The Four Present Tenses and How to Use Them. Sharpen your grammar skills for the Reasoning Through Language Arts test.
The GED is used to earn a high school equivalency diploma. So what topics does the GED cover? Learn about what is on the four subject area tests.