The GED Test, or General Educational Development Test, is made up of four tests. These tests are designed to measure your proficiency in standard high-school subjects for anyone 16 or older not enrolled in high school. Rather than testing your memorization of specific facts, dates, or terms, the GED Test requires you to demonstrate applied knowledge and skills related to specific situations. By passing the GED Test, you will earn a high-school equivalency diploma.
The GED subtests—which take about seven hours total—cover the four primary high-school subjects. Tests are delivered on computer (not online). Paper testing is only available as an accommodation. Check with the GED testing center in your area to learn about their specific testing procedures.
GED Ebooks Collection Princeton Review, McGraw-Hill, Smart Edition Media
Ebook Smart Edition Media GED Full Study Guide.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Language Arts Workbook for the GED Test, 2nd Edition.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Mathematical Reasoning Workbook for the GED Test, 3rd Edition.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Science Workbook for the GED Test, 2nd Edition.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Social Studies Workbook for the GED Test, 2nd Edition.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Preparation for the GED Test, 3rd Edition.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Pre-GED, 2nd Edition.pdf
Ebook McGraw-Hill Short Course for the GED Test, 3rd Edition.pdf
Ebook Princeton Review GED Test Prep 2021.pdf