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GED Study Guide Information on the Internet

The General Education Development or GED high school equivalency test is a comprehensive exam that assesses academic knowledge and skills according to the requirements and standards established for high school graduates. Most people who take the GED spend some time preparing for the test, and there are a variety of GED study guides available on the Internet.

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GED Study Guides and Resources

The GED is made up of four separate tests in language arts, math, science and social studies. While adult education centers offer classes and tutoring to help people prepare for the tests, many people choose to study for the GED independently using different types of study guides available on the Internet. The following websites offer a sample of some of the GED study guides and test prep resources available on the Internet:

The GED Testing Service

The website for the GED Testing Service, GED.com, is a good starting point for anyone searching for GED study guides. The site offers sample questions and tests, and an official practice test, GED Ready, that evaluates your scores and tells you whether you are prepared for the tests or whether you should spend more time reviewing different subjects. The site also has a catalog of GED study resources such as workbooks and online prep courses and programs. The GED has been revised and updated, and the latest version, GED 2014, has some significant differences from earlier versions of the tests. The study materials available through GED.com are aligned to the 2014 test.

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Online GED Prep Courses

Several GED prep courses are also available on the Internet. These courses typically require you to enroll for several months or a full year and provide access to different kinds of GED study guides.

Kentucky Educational Television's Fast Forward program offers a full course that covers all four GED subjects and individual courses in GED math, language arts, social studies and science. Fast Forward evaluates your skill level and helps you create a personal study plan. The program offers instructional videos, interactive lessons and animation, sample questions, testing advice and access to the official GED Ready practice test. You can learn more about the program at www.ketfastforward.org.

DCS GED Prep Online also offers a inactive lessons, sample questions and graded practice tests that you can use to prepare at your own pace. This program also offers access to teachers who can answer any questions through email. DCS provides four months of unlimited access to their GED study guides and you can extend your membership in the program on a month-by-month basis. You can check out the DCS program at www.gedonline.org.

Study.com also offers GED prep classes that are composed of short, animated video lessons, quizzes to check understanding, and easy-to-use flashcards. The course is entirely self-paced, so you can easily fit it into your schedule. Further, you can take GED practice tests online to help you feel comfortable on test day.

Practice Tests

Several websites offer access to free GED practice tests and follow-up lessons to help you study. The following sites provide free resources and study guides for the 2014 version of the GED:

  • Union Test Prep - This site, www.uniontestprep.com, offers free practice tests, study guides, flashcards and general information about the test.
  • Study Guide Zone - The GED section of this site, www.studyguidezone.com, has free sample tests and skill-building exercises to help you prepare for the GED
  • GED Study Guide - A free membership-based site, www.GEDstudyguide.org describes itself as a GED community with free practice tests, video lessons and other study resources.
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