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GED Question Types - Chapter Summary
This chapter goes over every form of question you'll be challenged by on the GED. The included lessons delve into what these forms of questions require so you can be ready to tackle them all. By the end of the chapter, you'll have familiarized yourself with:
- Multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank questions
- Drop-down questions
- How drag-and-drop questions work
- What hot-spot questions entail
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1. GED Question Types: Hot-Spot Questions
As you get ready to take the GED, you will want to familiarize yourself with the different kinds of questions. Hot-spot questions might seem unusual, so this lesson will help you understand what to expect.
2. GED Question Types: Drag & Drop Questions
Getting ready to take the GED test? You need to familiarize yourself with some new question types. This lesson focuses on drag-and-drop questions and helps you get ready for success.
3. GED Question Types: Drop-Down Questions
This lesson gives you an overview of drop-down questions on the GED and how they work in different subject areas. It also offers some strategies for success on these questions.
4. GED Question Types: Fill in the Blank Questions
If you are taking the GED, be prepared for a variety of question types. This lesson gives you an overview of fill-in-the-blank questions and how best to answer them.
5. GED Question Types: Multiple Choice Questions
If you're preparing for the GED, you'll want to know what kinds of questions to expect and what strategies will help you succeed. This lesson gives an overview of the multiple-choice questions on the GED exam and some success tips.
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Other chapters within the GED Math: Quantitative, Arithmetic & Algebraic Problem Solving course
- About the GED: Mathematical Reasoning
- 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