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How Should I Prepare For The GED Test?

Having a high school diploma or GED is a must if you want to find a job, go to college or even join the military. While a high school diploma is the generally preferred option, many people opt to test for their GED instead. If you're one of the millions of people planning to get a GED, preparation will be key to successfully passing the test.  

There are several ways to prepare for a GED test, and the method that will work best for you will depend on several factors, including time constraints and learning style. In most areas, GED classes are routinely offered at local colleges and community centers, and are designed to provide

a comprehensive overview of everything you will be expected to know when you take the GED. These classes are commonly followed up with a practice test that closely mimics the actual test, giving you a good idea of how you might do on the test itself. Those who are unable to attend classes may prefer to study for the GED on their own using approved study guides and practice tests, though self-study lacks instructor feedback and personalized attention, which may prove to be a disadvantage come test time. Fairly recently, a third option has been added - GED classes online - which may be the answer for people looking for flexibility combined with more personalized attention and feedback.

Not sure how you should prepare for your GED test? Answer the questions below to find out! 

Do you have time to attend regular GED classes?
How familiar are you with the materials, currently?
Do you have regular access to a working computer and high-speed internet?
Which is the best way for you to learn new things?
How long has it been since you last attended high school?
When learning new things, do you prefer to work alone or with a group of people?
How soon do you plan to take your GED test?
If you've taken a GED practice test, how did you do?