Thursday, October 9, 2008

I Failed My GED Math Test! What do I do now?

Have you heard these words before? Perhaps you have said these words.

What do you do when you take the GED math test and fail? What is your next step?

I have worked with many students who have taken and passed the GED math test. I have also worked with many students who have taken and failed the test.

The GED Math test is perhaps the toughest of the five GED tests. It is by far, in my opinion, the one test that you need to study the most in order to pass.

If you have taken and failed the test, do not despair! You are not alone. What you need to do is persevere and keep on studying. Now, more than ever, you need to complete your GED and move on to the next phase of your educational career!

With the economy the way it is, it is becoming harder and harder to find a good job (let alone ANY job) without a diploma.

Grab a book, any GED math book, a study buddy and keep plugging away. It is going to take time and in some cases alot of time. You may need to start in the area of fractions. Most students do. Be positive and take control of your math learning!

Good luck!