Prepare for GED Test Series
Lacking a high school diploma no longer has to hold you back in your career aspirations. If you're comfortable reading a high school textbook, doing basic math operations without a calculator, and writing a short letter in English, then you're ready to take the GED® test. More than 300,000 Americans take the GED® test annually and those who pass gain the skills and knowledge equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma.
Preparing for the GED® is key to passing the test, and an online course helps...
Prepare for the GED® test and master the skills required to pass the Mathematical Reasoning module. You will start off with a reviewing the four modules and then dive into math basics to build the foundation you need to solve math problems. In the process, you will develop hands-on experience with percentages, proportions, statistics, algebra, geometry, and more.
In each lesson, you will apply your knowledge to practice questions similar to those used in the test series. You will know how, when, and why to use each math concept you learn. By the time you finish this course, you will be confident with your math skills and about taking the test.
Series bundles are not eligible for partial drops or refunds. Transfers to other open sessions of the same course are available. Please refer to your school for additional details regarding drops, transfers, and refunds on Series bundles.
Note: GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education and may not be used without permission. The GED® and GED Testing Service® brands are administered by GED Testing Service® LLC under license. THIS WORK IS NOT AUTHORIZED, ENDORSED, OR LICENSED BY AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION OR GED TESTING SERVICE®, AND ANY REFERENCE TO "GED®" IN THE TITLE OR BODY OF THIS WORK IS IN NO WAY INTENDED TO IMPLY AN AFFILIATION WITH, OR SPONSORSHIP BY, GED TESTING SERVICE® OR ANY STATE OR ENTITY AUTHORIZED TO PROVIDE GED® BRANDED GOODS OR SERVICES.
- Strategies for taking and passing the GED® test
- Important reading, writing, and mathematics skills
- Types of questions you will see on the math portion of the GED® test
- Basic math concepts and problem-solving techniques
- Review and practice fractions, decimals, and percentages
- Math laws and rules for computations you will perform on the test
- Grammar Language of algebra, including writing algebraic sentences and solving equations
- Area and perimeter
- Computing the volume and surface area of solid objects
- Solving problems related to statistics
How the course is taught
- Instructor-led online course
- 48 course hours
- Prepare for the GED Test
- What's the GED® Test All About?
- Reasoning Through Language Arts: Focus on Reading
- Reasoning Through Language Arts: Focus on Editing
- Reasoning Through Language Arts: Focus on Writing
- Mathematical Reasoning: Focus on Math Terms and Algebra Basics
- Mathematical Reasoning: Focus on Formulas and Dimensions
- Mathematical Reasoning: Combining Algebra and Geometry
- Science: Energy and Related Systems
- Science: Human Health and Living Systems
- Social Studies: Modern Liberties and Democracy
- Social Studies: Dynamic Responses to Societal Systems
- Testing and Beyond
- Prepare for the GED Math Test
- Getting to Know the Test
- Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
- Aunt Sally and the Rules of Math
- Algebra Expressions
- Equations and Inequalities
- Quadratic Equations
- Using a Coordinate Grid
- Plane Figures and Angles
- Solid Geometry: The Third Dimension
- Statistics: What Are the Odds?
- Word Problems
- Graphs and Testing Tips
Barbara Rolston holds a master's degree. Since 1975, she has been taught GED preparatory classes in a variety of settings, including adult schools, community colleges, and large corporations. She also was responsible for administering the GED exam in a correctional facility for two years.
You should have the ability to read and write the English language at a high-school level. You should also be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers. If you are testing in the United States, you should have an understanding of the English measurement system. If you're testing in Canada, you should be familiar with the metric system.
Important: Some GED® Testing Centers require proof that you have passed a GED® test preparation course or the official practice tests before you can take the official GED® tests. Before enrolling in this course, please check with the official GED® Testing Center where you intend to take your tests to make sure that this course will meet their requirements. As of 2014, not all states use the GED® test as their test for high school equivalency diploma.
- This course can be taken on either a PC or Mac.
- PC: Windows 8 or newer.
- Mac: macOS 10.6 or later.
- Browser: The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are preferred. Microsoft Edge and Safari are also compatible.
- Adobe Acrobat Reader.
- Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins.
- Email capabilities and access to a personal email account.
Instructional Material Requirements:
The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.
A new session of each course opens every month, allowing you to enroll whenever your busy schedule permits!
Once a session starts, two lessons will be released each week, for the six-week duration of your course. You will have access to all previously released lessons until the course ends.
The interactive discussion area for each lesson automatically closes 2 weeks after each lesson is released, so you're encouraged to complete each lesson within two weeks of its release.
The Final Exam will be released on the same day as the last lesson. Once the Final Exam has been released, you will have 2 weeks plus 10 days to complete the Final and finish any remaining lessons in your course. No further extensions can be provided beyond these 10 days.