About This Chapter
About the GED: Mathematical Reasoning - Chapter Summary
This chapter provides an overview of the mathematical reasoning test within the GED. Topics cover logistical information about the exam as well as strategies to keep in mind upon taking it. By the end of the chapter, you'll also have a better hold on:
- Navigating the GED math prep course
- Sections of the mathematical reasoning test
- Information on scoring and registration for the exam
The practice quizzes accompanying these lessons give you the opportunity to monitor your understanding of the content topics, with a practice final exam at the chapter's end allowing you to measure your understanding on a more comprehensive level. These assessments can be taken and re-taken as many times as you like.
1. How to Use the GED Math Prep Course
This course prepares you for the quantitative reasoning and algebraic reasoning questions you'll encounter on the GED Math exam. You'll also learn about test taking strategies so you can pass your GED with ease.
2. About the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test
The GED Mathematical Reasoning test is one of four subject tests you will need to pass in order to earn your GED. Read on to learn about the content, structure and scoring of the exam, and discover effective strategies you can use to pass it.
3. Tools for the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test
Planning to take the GED Mathematics Reasoning Test? This lesson will ease your worries by providing information regarding tools you can use to land a great score. We'll take a look at calculator, formula sheets and other tools.
4. Strategies for GED Mathematical Reasoning Test
If you're taking the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test, you'll need to fill your tool bag with solid strategies to help you succeed. In this lesson, we'll cover smart test-taking strategies and give you information to use before test day.
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Other chapters within the GED Math: Quantitative, Arithmetic & Algebraic Problem Solving course
- GED Question Types
- 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 Math: Problem Solving Flashcards