About This Chapter
GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test Information - Chapter Summary
You will have the opportunity to look through the lessons in this chapter to learn more information related to GED RLA exam. This information will be vital if you want to not only understand this portion of the exam, but pass it as well. You will have the chance to review the following topics:
- Organization of the course
- General information about the GED exam
- Details about the GED RLA exam such as the number of questions and the amount of time given for the exam
- Significant test-taking strategies to follow
After going through all of the lessons, you will have a much better idea of the GED RLA exam. This chapter is packed with useful and beneficial resources such as thorough lessons, quizzes and a chapter test. All of these resources can be accessed as many times as you want to use them and you won't be forced to move forward to another chapter until you feel confident enough with the material in this chapter.
1. How to Use the GED RLA Prep Course
Taking the GED can be a daunting task, but with the right preparation you'll have a higher chance of passing and you'll also feel more comfortable on test day. Read on to learn how this course can get you ready to take the GED Reasoning through Language Arts subject test.
2. About the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test
In this lesson we explore the Reasoning through Language Arts portion of the graduate equivalency degree test (the GED), where test takers demonstrate their ability to read and write proficiently.
3. Strategies for GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test
Success on standardized tests depends not only on your knowledge of content, but on your test-taking skills. This focuses on some test-taking strategies that can help you succeed on the GED Reasoning through Language Arts test.
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Other chapters within the GED Study Guide course
- About the GED Test
- GED General Skills
- GED Question Types
- GED Mathematical Reasoning Test Information
- GED Math: Number Sense & Problem Solving
- GED Math: Decimals & Fractions
- GED Math: Ratio, Proportion & Percent
- GED Math: Data, Probability & Statistics
- GED Math: Algebra Basics, Expressions & Polynomials
- GED Math: Equations, Inequalities & Functions
- GED Math: Geometry
- GED Social Studies Test Information
- GED Social Studies: Analyzing Texts
- GED Social Studies: Essay Skills
- GED Social Studies: Major American Historical Events
- GED Science Test Information
- GED Science: Science Analysis & Skills
- GED Science: Life Sciences
- GED Science: Earth and Space Science
- GED Science: Physical Science
- GED RLA: Understanding Informational Texts
- GED RLA: Analyzing Texts
- GED RLA: Comprehension of Fictional Texts
- GED RLA: Grammar, Mechanics & Word Choice
- GED RLA: Writing & Structuring Sentences
- GED RLA Extended Response: Essay Skills