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Preparing for the GED Tests

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Preparation for the GED tests is the key to success. If you recently dropped out of the 11th or 12th grade, you may be able to take the tests without a study course. However, if you dropped out longer than a year ago or did not go to 11th or 12th grade,  a GED study course may be necessary. Teachers and tutors in these courses can help you figure out how much you need to study to pass the GED tests.

There are several ways to prepare you to take the GED tests. You can:

1. Sign up for a GED preparation course at a local school or training center.

2. Study at home with a GED prep book. There are several good books on the market that include practice tests. Some of the better books are:


3. Take an online GED course.
There are several courses available on the Internet that can help you prepare for the GED. You usually have to pay to take one of these courses but there are also some free courses online. One of the better GED course sites can be found at GEDOnline ($65 for a 4-month membership).
 

4. Study at home while watching TV. Many local public television stations offer free GED courses that you can watch on TV. Check your local listings or you can call (800) 354-9067 (toll-free) for more information.

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Yes, I am ready.
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I want to take a pretest to see how far behind I'am.
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This is how i prepare myself for the GED test: study, get enough sleep, healthy breakfast, and think about the reasons why i want to get my GED.
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well i drop out when i was 17. ever since i been trying to go back to get my GED and become a better person. i pick this program because i think it can help me improve me. I help with my subject and especially with my writing and reading. when i bring a child to world the world, i want to able to read to them, help them with there homework.

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i dropped out around that age too but i have brought four angels into this world since then so thats why im trying to get mine now but im having such a hard time doing it especially online
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i need my ged to start a job training

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I droped out of school at th eage of 14 besouse i was pregnant and married. I am 34 know and would like to get my ged

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I HAVE NOT BEEN IN SCHOOL FOR AT LEAST 20 YEARS, WANT TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND BETTER MY CAREER. I KNOW I AM GOING TO NEED A LOT OF HELP AND A LOT STUDYING.

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i am ready for my G.E.D

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if ur ready for it then u should take it.

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i dropped out of 11th grade of home schooling in 2005

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As for my education concerning a GED, I am excited and ready to get started. I realize I need training and that I must study to maintain my journey in life with my 1 year old daughter (LaNeia). She is the major reason for me pursuing this program, for a positive future. The GED program seems to be the best thing for the both of us at this moment. I want to be able to pursue a job in a Nursing Field. I have high expectations of myself. I know I can do the job and all it takes is a little enthusiasm. I am a willing and determined student. I realize from the poor decisions I made in the past I willingly learned and am determined to better myself. I have overcome the past and decided to focus on my daughter's future. I am going to work hard and excel because I feel that my life and most of all my daughters life depends on it.

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Yes I dropped out of HighSchool in 3 years ago and would like to take the practice exam right now, so I can prepare for the real exam in the future , so it would easier for me to find employment in the future and enroll in colleges

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Where on our way.............................Thanks!!!!

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i need to get my ged

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i need help.

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I want to know if any one failed in the GED test for the first time after how many time can he do the test again in texas

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you can take the test untill you pass it. but it may cost everytime unless you are in a certain kind of a adult program

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National GED rules provide that you may retake a GED which a non-passing score was received. You may take one subject up to three times in one year. If you have not passed it after the third time, you must wait until the next year to take it again. Some states have a waiting period between when you may re-test.

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I want to assist those who want to take GED test. My questions is can GED be taken in Spanish? Thank you

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The GED is available in English, Spanish and French. Based on local needs, each testing center is given the choice of which tests they purchase to administer.

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