GED Test Resources

MyCareerTools is an educational website that publishes practice tests and online video classes for people who are preparing for the GED test.

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One of the most popular parts of MyCareerTools is a module that includes Lesson-Plans. These lesson plans have a list of topics you need to know in order to pass the GED test. The goal is to create a structured plan that you can follow and organize your learning. We suggest that you learn 3 times a week. This will give you the optimum learning momentum without feeling overwhelmed.

  • GED MATH  – If you will keep learning 3 times a week, you will cover materials required for the GED MATH test in 15 weeks.
  • GED SOCIAL STUDIES  –  If you will keep learning 3 times a week, you will cover the materials required for the GED SOCIAL STUDIES test in 10 weeks.
  • GED Science –  If you will keep learning 3 times a week, you will cover the materials required for the GED Science test in 10 weeks.
  • GED RLA  – If you will keep learning 3 times a week, you will cover materials required for the GED RLA (LANGUAGE) test in 8 weeks.

Here is  the perfect scenario:

  • You book 45-60 minutes for your GED Prep.
  • During the learning time, you watch 3 short video lessons.
  • To make sure you understand these lessons, take the mini-quiz that comes with each lesson.
  • After 5-10 lessons you take a longer practice test to assess your knowledge.
  • If you have time to focus on your GED Prep, learn daily. If not, try to learn 3 times a week.
  • Take regular breaks.

Important

Don’t simply watch hours of video lessons without taking practice test questions. You will quickly forget what you’ve learned unless you take practice test questions to back up those concepts. For instance, when you’ve watched the Climate video lessons, make sure you complete the quiz that accompanies that module.

Rookie mistake #1 is to forget to block your time for learning. Procrastination and excuses are your biggest enemies. Please decide on your learning schedule and stick to it.

The fact of the matter is that quite a few high school or college dropouts are having a hard time to secure a decent job nowadays. Unemployment figures are showing that over 15 percent of all unemployed persons do not have a high school or equivalent diploma while, at the same time, just under 5 percent of all college grad was not able to find a suitable job.

The GED exam is a set of four subject tests that, when taken successfully, certify that the holder has academic skills and knowledge at the level of a high school graduate. The GED is for people who are not any longer at the appropriate age for enrolling in high school.