That won't make you pass out, panic, or any of those other p-words. (Prepared? Yeah, we got that covered.)
On every major (and not-so-major) topic you need to know for the exam. Well, five exams.
With feedback and explanations.
GED Math: Worried about solving math problems with "real-world situations"? By the end of our guide, you'll be counting change, filling pools, and measuring the distance from a tree to the end of its shadow like a pro. What? We do that all the time.
GED Reading: Get the scoop on how to analyze everything from poetry to plays to that sign that's been in your dentist's office for the last decade and a half.
GED Science: Infer like a boss, learn all the "unzip your genes" jokes fit to print, and discover the real reason Pluto is no longer a planet (we think the other dwarves were lonely).
GED Social Studies: Become well-versed in the history of everything-well, the United States and the world, at least-with bonus civics and government, geography, and economics.
GED Writing: Learn how to slice and dice sentences like a ninja (maybe not a ninja), write an essay like Hemingway (maybe not Hemingway), and ace all those questions about organization, usage, and mechanics like someone who's going to pass the GED (yes).
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