## New Years Resolution Check-In

In 2014, Sean and I received countless motivating emails from students, who are studying for the GED test. Trust me, after reading all of your thoughtful comments, y’all, we see how hard it is to study. And, we see how hard you are working. We see that every day you go to your jobs, make ...

## New Year’s Resolutions: Part One

It’s hard to believe that the holiday season is already upon us. It seems everyone is already making their lists and checking them twice. But me? I’m over shopping and have already moved on to making resolutions. I’m hoping this new year will give me new opportunities. And ...

## Extra Math Questions – GED Math 2018

Hey Friends, Glad you could stop by our blog today! We have posted some extra math questions below, just for you! 1. Solve the equation if a=7 and x=2. y= 4a2 + 8x -4 Answer: 208 2. If x=12, then what does y equal? 2x2 +4x + 2 Answer: 338 3. Balance the equation below:

## Finding Surface Areas of Prisms and Pyramids – GED® Exam Geometry Help!

A really big part of the GED® Math Exam will be Geometry. Does that make you want to cry? Please, don’t! This blog is going to help you understand how to find surface areas of 3D shapes. Overview of Formulas Okay, so the formulas for finding the surface areas of 3D shapes will NOT be

## GED Science: Understanding the Scientific Method

A major part of the GED® Science Exam will be understanding and applying the Scientific Method. The Scientific Method is a collection of techniques used to observe facts and gain knowledge about a particular area of study. As you begin to write and design your own experiments and/or paragraph ...

## GED Social Studies: How to Write an Extended Answer Response[Updated]

The GED Social Studies extended response item has been eliminated on March 1, 2016. If you’re studying for the GED® Social Studies Exam, you’ve probably been wondering about the Extended Response portion. Today, I’m going to tell you all about it. In this blog post, you will ...

## GED Math: How to Use the TI-30XS Multi-View Calculator

During the GED® Exam, you will be able to use the TI-30XS Multi-View calculator. It’s important that before you take the exam, you fully understand how to use the calculator. The more you practice with your calculator the better you will become. Knowing how to use your calculator will save ...

## GED Science: How to Write a Short Answer Response

Starting 2018, the Science module will no longer include Short Answer items. Today, we’re going to give you an informational guide about how to write a short answer response for the GED® Science Exam. We’re also going to show you how the response will be scored, and give you questions ...

## Pythagorean Theorem Story Problems – GED Math

Part One: Read the information about the Pythagorean Theorem and then answer the questions below. Part Two: Practice Questions 1. Two friends leave school at the same time, heading different places. One friend drives north to their home, while the other friend drives east to the mall. After five ...

## GED Math Practice Fraction Problems

Fraction Tutorial Practice Problems Use these problems to practice fractions. 1. 15/18 – 7/9= Answer: 1/18 2. 3/5 + 5/15= Answer: 14/15 3. 3/4 + 4/7= Answer: 37/28 4. 9/15 – 3/5 Answer: O 5. 4/5 – 2/3 Answer: 2/15 6. 1/5 x 2/3 Answer: 2/15 7. 3/4 x 2/3 Answer: 1/2 8. 3/6 –

## GED Math Update: New Time Frame

There will now be two, distinct parts to the GED® Math Exam. The first will be mental math. After which, students will get a three-minute break. At this point, they may get their own calculators. Then, students will be given the remaining time to complete the Algebraic and Quantitative Reasoning. ...

## GED Calculator Regulations UPDATE

Update: The GED© Testing Services has just released new information concerning the use of calculators during the GED© exam. Related Topics: GED Math GED Science Study Guide GED Social Studies Prep Guide GED Reasoning through Language Arts Guide Watch our Online GED Math Videos covering all topics ...

## How is the GED® Test Scored?

Understanding how the GED test is scored can be a challenge! Here is our simple guide to help you figure it out. Remember, there are four main test subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts. Each test subject area is taken separately and scored separately, but they come together to ...

## 5 Candy Bars That Will Change How You Study

“Gimme a break” Here’s some great advice that I assumed my favorite candy, the Kit Kat © Bar, was trying to tell me about studying. Sometimes when I stare at the computer screen for a long period of time, I start to feel like a robot. I even begin to hear that lonely robot ...

## 3 Awesome Tips for Studying for the GED Math Exam

Not sure how to get started with studying for your GED Math Exam? These simple tips will help you begin. It all boils down to mastering the basics, practicing continuously, and taking mental breaks. Quick Tips to Prepare for the GED Exam 1. Get down to the basics. I called my friend, who is a

## Staying Motivated, Even When We Don’t Want To Be.

It’s hard to study in the summer, I get it. Sometimes, when I wake up and it’s nice outside, I feel like ignoring everything I have to do and just saying… But unfortunately that’s not really an option for us, is it? So what can we do? Besides what we obviously want to ...