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Category: GED Reading

Nadyja Von Ebers

How to Use GED Word Lists to Study Smarter

It’s no secret that your success on the GED involves having a strong vocabulary. The Language Arts Reading component requires reading difficult literary passages and the Language Arts Writing component includes composing a well-written essay. Additionally, the Science and Social Studies components involve reading challenging passages before answering questions about them. So long story short, […]

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Molly Kiefer

Example GED Language Arts Reading Passages

Get ready for GED with these two example GED Language Arts Reading passages, and check your work with our fully explained answer key.

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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

GED Language Arts Practice Questions

Here are GED language arts practice questions to help you get ready for the Reasoning Through Language Arts subject test.

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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

GED Language Arts Reading Sample

Reading comprehension is an important skill for the GED. Here is a GED language arts reading sample so you can know what to expect.

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Beth Gonzales

GED Study Guide: Reading-Focused

Use our GED Reading Study Guide for tips, strategies and skills to practice while you prep for your Reasoning Through Language Arts subject test.

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Beth Gonzales

What’s on the GED?

By understanding what’s on the GED, test takers increase their chances of passing the first time! Learn more about GED test questions and skills.

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