This is where you find the "prior knowledge" that is required for scoring well on the Mathematics portion of the GED exam.

 


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This is where you are exposed to the level of prior knowledge and skills that are required for the Mathematics portion of the GED exam.

List of Math Topics

Use this list as a study guide for making certain you have at least a basic understanding and math skills required for making a good showing on the Mathematics portion of the GED exam.

Traditional Math Tutorials

This is where your review, refresh, and learn the step-by-step procedures. It's all  about traditional ideas and traditional  methods.

Thinking Mathematically

There are some major changes in the way math problems are presented—changes that require a clear understanding of mathematical principles.

On-Screen Calculator

The computerized GED testing program provides you with an on-screen calculator. It's a very good idea to familiarize yourself with it ... before you encounter it in the GED testing center.

A working model of the calculator and a set of user instructions are available as part of the Math Test Items feature. So when you want to work on your calculator skills for the GED exam, go to the Math Test Items, work with the calculator, and simply ignore the example math problems, themselves.

NOTE: In calculator is available only for math problems that require the use of a calculator. So if the Calculator tab is not visible, click the Next button until the Calculator tab  appears.

Go to the Math Test Items and access the on-screen calculator and user instructions.

Mathematics Formula Sheet

You do not have to memorize the equations that are required for the mathematical work on the GED exam. This list of formulas will be available at test time.

The formula sheet is available for math problems that require you to use one or more of the formulas. To see this formula sheet, go to the Math Test Items and click the Next button until the Formula Sheet tab appears. Click that tab to see the formula sheet.

Go to the Math Test Items and access the Formula Sheet.

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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