## Friday, July 27, 2007

### GED Practice Test

If you can, take one official GED test at a time. You will be less tired and will receive a better score than if you try to take as many tests as possible in one session. If you decide to double up on GED tests, only double up on the Language Arts, Reading and one other. I do realize that in some states, you MUST take all the tests in one sitting.... but ask before you sign up. One test at a time is my suggestion.

## Monday, July 23, 2007

### GED Book Sale

I don't usually do this, but this is such a great deal, that I wanted you to know about this GREAT GED sale that I am having. Check out this link to find out about GED books for $5 or less! If you are tutoring students, or you are currently studying for your GED, then this may be the sale for you.

You may wonder why I am reducing inventory. I am getting rid of some of my GED books because I plan on bringing in other GED materials and I need the space!

For a great deal, check out Super Savings on GED Books.

You may wonder why I am reducing inventory. I am getting rid of some of my GED books because I plan on bringing in other GED materials and I need the space!

For a great deal, check out Super Savings on GED Books.

## Monday, July 09, 2007

### GED Math- A Closer Look

**The GED test, Mathematics, will test your ability to solve word problems using graphics, basic computation, analysis, and reasoning skills.**

Will test your ability to apply your knowledge of math in mathematical problems.

Will test your ability to apply your knowledge of math in everyday situations.

Will test your ability to analyze mathematical drawings, diagrams, charts, and graphs.

Will test your knowledge in the following mathematical areas: number operations and number sense, measurement and data analysis, , basic algebra-its functions and patterns, and geometry.

Number operations and number sense includes knowledge in the following: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and proportions,

Measurement and data includes knowledge in the following: length, perimeter, circumference, area, volume, and time. It also includes knowledge of square roots, exponents, and scientific notation.

Basic algebra includes knowledge in the following: variables, equations, algebraic symbols, coordinate grid, factoring, ordered pairs, and slope.

Basic Geometry includes knowledge in the following: lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, and Pythagorean Relationship. It also includes knowledge in finding perimeter, circumference, area, and volume.

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