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If the thought of taking the GED test has you stressed, don’t worry- we’ve got you covered! Our free study guides for the GED test give you an in-depth explanation of the information and concepts you need to know for all four sections on the test. Whether you struggle with mathematical reasoning or science, or just want to increase your knowledge on every subject, our study guides for the GED test will help your score big!

This is the best collection of GED practice tests that are available online. These are all high quality, interactive tests, designed to be very similar to the actual questions on the new GED.

If Mark purchased x t-shirts at $6 apiece, and y sweaters at $20 apiece, which expression represents the total value of the purchases?

Read the passages and answer the questions that follow. If we want to calculate the average velocity of an object, we must know two things. First, we must know its displacement: the distance it has covered. Second, we must know the time it took to cover this distance. Once we are in possession of this information, the formula for average velocity is quite simple: average velocity = ∆ position / ∆ time. In other words, the average velocity is equal to the change in position (final position - original position) divided by the change in time (final time - original time).

Read the passage and answer the questions that follow. The Gilded Age and Rutherford B. Hayes The period in American history between the Reconstruction and the Progressive Era is commonly known as the Gilded Age. In this period, the US seemed to be simultaneously abandoning the ideals of the past and failing to anticipate the future; this was in large part due to the confusion of a horrendous Civil War and massive immigration, industrialization, and urbanization.

Read the following passage and choose the best answer to the ten questions that follow. The Second Continental Congress was held May 10, 1775 in Philadelphia. George Washington became the commander of the Americans, mainly because it was felt he would be able to bring the Southern colonies into the fold.

We have provided the GED Test resources and the tools. The rest is up to you- the best teacher is the person who knows you best- YOU! The GED test covers a wide range of topics. Make sure that you are prepared for a mental marathon on the GED exam.

For your convenience, we have compiled several GED language arts videos into a GED Language Arts 2015 - 2016 Study Guide for you to study all at once.

Are you overwhelmed just thinking about the GED® math test? Has it been a few years since you’ve taken a math course? Was math your least favorite subject? It’s okay, you certainly are not alone. The math portion of the GED® test is what concerns most people. Sadly, it even stops many from taking the GED® test in the first place. But rest assured! We believe that with a little studying and some guidance you will pass the GED® math section with flying colors.

GED® Practice Tests will show you subject areas to focus on. Why waste time on subject areas that you have already mastered? Use these FREE GED®; Practice Tests to know which subjects need attention. Once you have passed one section, move on to the next.

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