I don't usually do this, but this is such a great deal, that I wanted you to know about this GREAT GED sale that I am having. If you are tutoring students, or you are currently studying for your GED, then this may be the sale for you.
You may wonder why I am reducing inventory. I am getting rid of some of my GED books because I plan on bringing in other GED materials and I need the space!
Monday, July 23, 2007
Friday, July 20, 2007
Read, read, and read some more. All of the GED tests involve reading. Unless you can read and comprehend what you read, you will have difficulty with the tests. Read every day whether it is the local newspaper, a book, or your email. Grad a book and read to your child. If you struggle with reading, find a good teacher or tutor. The higher your reading level and comprehension, the easier the tests will be for you.
Saturday, July 14, 2007
It is important to prepare using the appropriate learning materials. This means materials that are appropriate with your current skills. If you have a reading level of at least 10th grade, you should not have any problems with the Language Arts, Reading, Science, or Social Studies tests. If your reading level is lower than 10th grade, consider purchasing Pre-GED study materials.
Monday, July 9, 2007
Study, study, and study some more! Whether you decide to take a class or purchase GED study materials, it is important that you take your GED preparation and studying seriously. The more you study, the quicker you will complete. If you get stuck in an area and do not understand it, get help. Ask friends, family, your boss, anyone you know who may be able to help you. Sign up for a GED class. Do not get discouraged, and if you find yourself getting frustrated- again, ask for help.