GED Studying

Happy Studying!

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Anonymous asked: Hello! I was wondering if u knew any great instructional videos for the GED math test?

Khan Academy has some amazing videos, go ahead and google them!

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camden2030 asked: Hey do you still use this blog?

Unfortunately no. I’m currently somewhere where I do not have Internet for long periods of time, therefore I cannot update this blog until I get somewhere better however if you or anyone who happens to read this need help, I can check my email about twice a week so feel free to ask any questions you may have at ged_studying@yahoo.com

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embracingmyawesome asked: whats the highest level of math needed to pass the ged ?

From basics to algebra, to geometry and trigonometry. You’ll probably need all of it.

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I just want to apologize for not having posted anything new in a good couple of months.  I have been without internet as I recently moved, and I’ve been having so many family problems that it’s unreal.  

I don’t know when I’ll be posting more on science but I am so sorry that I haven’t done so yet.  

As of now, this blog is On Hold and I hope to come back to it at a better point in my life and finish helping everyone who needs it.  If you need any immediate help with something particular in ANY subject, feel free to email me at Ged_Studying@yahoo.com.

Happy Studying xx

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Anonymous asked: Is the second part of the math test multiple choose as well? or do we have to get our answers?

Both the first and second part of the math test is a mix of multiple choice, graphing and writing out the full answer.

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desired-mommy0f2 asked: are you still keeping up with this blog? just wondering, I found it & you actually have more help than I've found, I actually plan on copying your lessons from the beginning to help me study. I'm about to go back to school to get my GED & this will help a lot.

I haven’t posted anything in a long while, though I still do plan to finish the blog with the rest of the subjects, I’ve just been going through a lot and unfortunately haven’t had time to even look at my text book in over a month.  I really apologize, and I hope to start this blog up again soon, so I wish you the best of luck on your test!  Happy studying!~

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Anonymous asked: What type of questions will be asked on part 2 of the math test??

A good bit of algebra, fractions, proportions, ratios and triangular things (finding angles, Pythagorean theorems, etc)

Basically the same things found on Part 1, but a tiny bit easier.

There were other things, but those are whats mostly found on part 2 as far as I could tell.

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Anonymous asked: How long did you study for your GED?

I started studying October 2012, and took my test June 2013.  

So about 8 months, but I didn’t study the entire time, it was off and on.  It probably added up to about 5 months in total if I take away all the breaks I took. 

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Anonymous asked: I'm so happy I found this blog. I'm studying for the GED for the hundredth time. Every time I start and stop. But this year will be my year in finally getting my GED.

I’m very proud of you and I wish you the best of luck!  

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Does anyone have any GED success stories they’d like to send in?  Grades you made on the test, what the hardest part was, how long you studied for and how much it paid off?  

I’d love to post some on here to give hope to everyone else. 

No matter how hard it seems, you’re brilliant and I know you can do it! 

Happy Studying!