When starting with your GED prep, you should choose the subject that’s easiest for you. This is a very vital step. If you feel that math is really challenging for you, you should NOT be studying math as your first subject. Chances are that you will get demotivated and quit learning altogether.
Instead, you should choose a subject that seems easy, so you can develop confidence in your capabilities. This approach is known as the principle of “small steps.”
Ask yourself: what topics are easier for me: Math, Language, Science, or Social Studies? Most people choose the Language test as their first exam.
How long does it take to prepare for the GED test?
That’s a tricky one because I don’t know your background and I don’t know how much time you want to spend on learning. But I assume you are motivated, and if you will study for -2 3 times a week for about 45 minutes each time, in 1-3 months you will be all set for the exam.
If you will study once a week, it will take you 6-8 months to get ready for the GED exam.
How do you know if you can pass the GED test
Do you think you are ready for the GED tests? Then take the GED Ready test, This is a test that can identify if you will be able to pass the real GED tests.
The GED Ready test costs $6 per subject and can be purchased through the GED.com website. It was developed by the same people who created the real GED test but it’s only about half the length of the actual test.
The majority of people who score “likely to pass” on the GED Ready® practice test, go on to pass the real test on that subject.
When you pass the GED Ready test you should schedule your GED test. Use the GED.com website again to schedule the real GED test.