what questions were on the ged math test?


What questions were recently on the ged math test

Math computation and applied mathematics adding subtracting division muliplication all of that good stuff.

Is an Online High School Diploma the same as a GED Credential?


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Need insight on GED questions?


Ok im in need of help to get info for GED. I have graduated from high school already and got my diploma. My dad wants to get his GED which will help a lot how the economy going. So he took his pretest to get an insight of his weakness on certain parts of the test. Im trying to help in the math field. But dont know what kind of math is involved. like is it calculus or just algebra?
Im also wondering anybody that has done the test what book have you picked up to study

I took the GED in november when i was barely 17…and most of it is just like simple algebra and geometry! I only went to high school up to tenth grade and that alone was enough to get me to pass the test. And i picked up the Petersons GED practice book. Its very informative but if you have common since trust me you will passs!!!! Seriously i was freaked out but its very simple. Good luck :]

I have a few GED questions? 10 Points?

Okay. So, I’m turning 17 in a little less than 3 weeks.
Scenario:
I’ve failed 9th grade once, and am now in 10th.
I already missed 35 days of school this year.
I’m failing 5 classes.
To be honest, I’m not ‘applying’ myself, because I just don’t want to deal with the High School Drama Bullcrap anymore.
People, are not my forte. I just wanna stop wasting my time in this building with all of these people, and go for my GED Diploma.

My mother however, says that she wants me to finish this year. I have a little less than what? Two months, before it’s over? What am I gonna go for, for them to say, ‘Sorry, you failed?’

How can I convince her to just be okay with me dropping out of my current High School, and applying for a GED?
No, I’m not lazy. I just really dislike the entire concept of High School. GED seems so much more appealing to me. And yes, I’m aware that it’s ‘not quite the same’ as a High School Diploma.
I just don’t care. There’s nothing anyone can say to change my mind about my decision. I just need some feedback of what to tell my mother, so she can stop freaking out?

Thank you so much.

Tell her what you just told us. However it is your life and if you pray for rain you have to deal with the mud too

College/GED Questions?

I just turned 18, I’m still in high school. Im a senior but I didnt graduate and they are letting me go back next year to try and finish up for a diploma. However I am thinking about just dropping out and getting a GED. How would that work? Can I apply for one if Im still enrolled in my high school or do I have to drop out first?

Also how would I be able to get into a 4 year university? I dont have the test score or grade requirement. Can I enroll into a 2 year community college and then somehow attend a 4 year university after?

I don’t really know how it works. I was planning on getting a high school diploma but now that Im 18 I just feel like that will take too much time when I can get going in college sooner with a GED.

You would have to officially drop out of high school to take the GED, usually you have had to be out for at least 2 months prior to taking the GED. The GED is scored so that only 40% of graduating seniors would pass; don’t expect it to be easy if you’re having trouble finishing high school. Most colleges accept the GED for admission, or your can certainly go to a community college first. But the high school diploma is worth more than the GED and shows schools/employers you were willing to put in the necessary time and effort to finish the degree – the GED is often seen as the ‘easy way out’. Either way you can’t apply for college until next year, so you might as well just finish the real degree.

Can I take the GED Test at a Military Education Center?

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California GED questions?

First off: I’m 16 & plan on attending make up artistry school after high school.
I’ve already discussed this with my parents and they have no problem with it, except my dad says he won’t pay for MUA school unless I graduate.
I’m smart, but have always had problems with school,
This past year I attended CAVA (it’s an online academy for california residents) for the first time but that didn’t work out because I procrastinate & get distracted easily.
For the past couple of months I’ve been looking into getting my GED.
I KNOW it’s not easy so don’t think I’m just trying to get out of going to school.
I really just want to BE DONE with school already, i feel like it’s holding me back, but I read that you have to be 17 and within 60 days of your 18th birthday to take the GED test, is that true?
and how would I explain all of this to my parents?
Basically: I want to drop out & get my G.E.D. but I’m too young.
I think my parents will be concerned with me dropping out because they don’t want me to regret it later on.
I feel stuck.
I really don’t think I can take another year of high school (I’m a junior), let alone actually pass.
How do I convince my parents that It’s the right thing for me?

i think it’s wiser for you to finish ur last yr in high school.. a high school diploma is better than a GED… you might regret droping out of school. i regret it.

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GED Questions, please read?

Hi,
I’m 18 and studying to take my GED. I was homeschooled but wasn’t taught very well past age 10-12. So my knowledge of English, Social Studies, and Science seem to be pretty good, I’d even say my English was very good.
However, I’m not the greatest at Mathematics. And to be honest, it does intimidate me.
My boyfriend is so intelligent and he’s been helping me out with me math, teaching me algebra. I’m very slow with Algebra, the letters representing numbers thing, and the use of brackets, get very confusing at times.

But to be honest, I actually enjoy math. It’s just anytime I think of taking my test I seem to think I can’t do it, i’m going to fail Math.
I’d like to be able to get my GED by Christmas this year, but I feel like it’s very unlikely.
How much time should I take to study? I can do multiplication, division, adding, subtracting, arithmetic, etc somewhat good, i’d say "okay". But anything beyond this gets difficult.
I’d like to learn Math and actually be good at it because I think Math represents great intelligence and skill.

Lately, perhaps due my laziness and inactivity, etc.
i’ve been "dazing out" a lot and daydreaming.
So it seems very difficult to study and focus.
But I really want to do this. I want to get my GED as soon as possible and go to college.

Thank you

You might want to check with your closest community college or outreach center and see if they offer an classes to prepare for taking the GED. Math is not as hard as it seems at times, but having a good teacher can make a world of difference. Good Luck!

What Can I Do with a GED Credential?

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Are GED questions super hard?

For a 16 year old?

depends are you a retarded 16 year old? did you pay attention to or already know what they were teaching before you dropped out? or did you drop out because it was more fun to cut class to go smoke pot, or simply not go to classes for what ever reason.

it’s a graduates equivalent diploma. so if you failed miserably in high school chances are you’ll fail the test as well. i personally got sick of school bcause after 3 years in HS i had learned nothing of value, i passed the MA ged test easily.