If you’ve been reading my blog, you know I’m revising my GED essay. Going through the same questions with each paragraph gives me practice using the questions to revise… and these are the questions GED readers use to grade the GED essay test. That’s what you want to do… make your GED essay fit what the GED readers look for. Continue reading
I’ve got the first paragraph of my GED essay revised, and now I’m going to use the same questions to revise the next paragraph. Remember, the questions I’m using are the same questions a GED reader uses to grade a GED essay test. Continue reading
Last time, I gave you a GED practice question about a poem. What did you think? It’ll help you a lot to try to answer the GED question yourself first, and then look at the answer the next week. So I hope you tried this GED test question: Continue reading
Okay. I know you’re all out there studying for your GED, dudes, and you’ve got one science question you just don’t get… or one thing about science that don’t make any sense to you. Want a magic solution?!? Just ask a question, and the great Dwayne-o will give you the answer. That’s right… I betcha I can answer any GED science question you got. So, put a comment on this post or e-mail me at email@example.com.
pegalina said: “i have taken the math GED test 4 times and all 4 times i have only been able to get 400 ALL 4 TIMES. it is so frustrating and i just cant seem to pass it. ANY ADVICE????” Continue reading
So, you know what’s on the GED test that’s fun and interesting to study? Political cartoons! Yes, there always seem to be political cartoons on the GED practice tests. They want you to look at them, understand them, and make conclusions about them. So, here’s some fun practice for GED social studies… go look at political cartoons! Continue reading
A small farm with a market value of 120,000 was assessed for 60% of its market value. The farm is taxed at 2% of the assessed value. Find the tax on the farm. Continue reading
Okay, I’m not going to put my whole GED essay draft in this post, so look back at the last post to read the whole thing. I want to get down to revising my essay for the GED… And I’ll start with the first paragraph: Continue reading
¡Hola! How’s the GED studying? You know, I kind of always thought poetry was pointless, but now I’m looking at it for the GED test, and I like some of it. This poem we went over, kind of reminds me of my mom, how she’s always there for me, always solid, you know. I guess I want to be like that for my Roberto. I thought I’d think up a GED practice question for it. Continue reading
Civics means government, and now’s the time when everyone’s thinking about the government… that is, election time! The GED has questions about government and voting, so you’ve got to know it. Plus, it’s important in your life. I mean, voting’s going on right now, and it’s going to change the government and who’s got the power.