GED® Study Guide
Welcome to GED® Study Guide
Passing the GED® test can be hard. That's why we're here to help. At GED® Study Guide, we have tons of free resources to help you study. We have everything from practice tests, video lessons, online courses and a thriving community of students just like YOU.
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GED® Practice Tests
Take a FREE Practice Test to test your skills and see if you are prepared. We have GED® practice tests for all four test subjects to help you prepare for the test.
Online GED® Classes
Watch some GED® Video Lessons to learn new tips and tricks. Video lessons are helpful for visual learners and make learning subjects, like math, much easier.
GED® Study Guide: Your Online Study Guide
Passing the GED® (General Education Degree) is your chance for a fresh start. And we want to help you take those first few steps in studying for the GED test. More than anything else, we want GED® Study Guide to become a practical study tool that you can use as your study for the GED® test.
Our website is a virtual GED® study guide, which means no pages to print, no books to pay for, no guides to collect from the mail; just everything you need right here on your computer screen. If you’re tired of paying for GED® study guides over and over again, then you will love the simplicity of this site. On this test prep website, you will find: GED® practice tests, GED® tutorial videos, GED® practice lessons and an educational blog blog packed with tips and tricks for passing the GED® test.
In 2014, the GED® test underwent a major change. Fear not, this site has been updated to reflect that change. As you prepare for the GED® test, here are some important things that you should be aware of:
- Each subject area test is taken separately, meaning you will take FOUR tests total
- You can sign up for the GED® test at the official site: gedtestingservice.com
- To pass each test, you must have a minimum score of 150. Scoring higher than 170 means that you have passed with honors.
- You will be expected to prepare written responses for every subject area EXCEPT math.
- If you do not pass the GED® test the first time, you will be allowed to try it two more time. Then, you must wait 60 days before you can try again.
- There are multiple ways that questions will be asked, including traditional multiple choice question format, drag-and-drop, hot spot, fill-in-the-blank, and extended response (both short and long) essays.
To best help you prepare, we have broken down this website into the four subject areas of the test: Math, Reasoning through Language Arts (reading and writing), Science, and Social Studies.