Have you attempted unsuccessfully to pass your GED math exam. Not unlike many others this has been a source of frustration. Fret no more! I have designed 17 short lessons to help you pass your math exam.
Have you attempted unsuccessfully to pass your GED math exam. Not unlike many others this has been a source of frustration. Fret no more! I have designed 17 short lessons to help you pass your math exam.
Types of GED Problems that can be solved using the TI-30XS
WOW! Yes, you are probably in disbelief but the majority of the GED Math exam can be solved using the TI-30XS calculator.
The GED Calculator (TI-30XS) will be available on-screen for the majority for the Mathematical Reasoning test, and some of the items on the Science and Social Studies tests.
Note: The calculator can be used for the entire Mathematical Reasoning exam except for the first five questions.
The calculator is built into the GED test software on the computer. You can also use a physical calculator distributed by the testing center.
You can access it during the test by clicking on 'Calculator' in the top left-hand side of the test.
This will open the GED Calculator window, within the test window.
Don’t worry! You can download a 90 day trial for the TI-SmartView emulator for MathPrint calculators. This should be more than enough time to get ready for your exam.
90 Trial-Period - TI-30XS Multiview CalculatorOne of Mr. T’s powerful catchphrase was “stop playing”. Stop playing with your time, playing with your studies, playing with your goals. You can do it and it’s obtainable! With the use of the calculator, I completed the math exam two months ahead of schedule.
Kevin G.
Former Student
Thanks again Mr. Tinsley for you love and caring for each and every one of your students by making this book. Currently, I am a Certified Medical Assistant and soon going back to school to become a LPN. Thanks
William M.
Former Student
His tactics and shortcuts were pivotal for me to understanding mathematics and improving my score on the Math portion of my High School Equivalency exam. By using the calculator, I finished my exam with 40 minutes to spare. Currently, I enrolled in college pursuing my Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology . Thanks Mr. T
Isaac M.
Forever Grateful
Without his unique way of teaching and magical use of the calculator, I would have never have made it. He is by far the best teacher I've ever had.Thank you Mr. Tinsley for changing my life for the better. I cannot express how grateful I am. Once I obtained my diploma, I received a promotion and a substantial pay raise, almost immediately. In addition, once I'm in my position for six months, the hospital will pay for additional training and/or college. Truly, a dream come true.
Rhonda S.
Former Student
The goal of this book is to decrease the time on each problem while ensuring correctness by demonstrating and practicing with the TI-30XS scientific calculator
Using the techniques demonstrated in the book, I hope to improve your self-esteem and confidence in mathematics. My ultimate goal is not just attainment of your GED but improving yourself as a human being. To prove to each and everyone of you that purchased this book, this is ONLY THE BEGINNING!
The price - less than the cost of your exam
Student success rate - 100% as of 3/18/2021
By making this book an ebook, it allows for accessibility anywhere on most mediums including your laptop, smartphone and tablet.
Yes, therefore along with your TI-30XS calculator you can practice on your lunch break, after the kids go to sleep and any other time your schedule allows.
Send an email to help@passgedmath.com
Jeremy Tinsley, M.Ed. is an instructor and Data Coordinator in the Workforce Education and Lifelong Learning program (WELL) at Temple University. He has a BS in Computer Science and MA in Adult Education/Distance Learning. He is driven to demonstrate the synergy between adult education and technology and the importance of technology in this progression.
Thank you for your support and GOOD LUCK with all your future endeavors
Introduction
Tips for doing well in math
The essential aspects of studying for your HSE are:
• Time Management
• Dedication
• TI-30XS Calculator
• Understanding your skill set. Identify your strengths and weaknesses because you can't study everything
• GED Assessment – 80% weak areas 20% Review/Practice (Overall skill assessment and 2 GED Ready Practice tests)
• Get familiar with GED type questions
• Key tips – Look at the multiple choice answers
This handbook was written to assist students in passing the math section of the GED. Being an adult educator for the last twenty-two years, I have realized the difficulty many students have with passing the math portion of the GED.
The First Five
``The First Five`` - Part 1
The ``First Five`` are the first five problems on the exam. The TI-30XS calculator cannot be used.
The ``First Five`` typically come from the following concepts:
• Undefined
• Absolute Value
• Greatest Common factor
• Fractions (Converting from an improper fraction to a mixed number)
• Multiplying/Dividing Decimals
• Ordering Fractions, Decimals and Percents
• Square, Square Roots, Cube & Cube Roots
``The First Five`` - Part 2
``The First Five`` - Part 2
In this lesson, students will identify the necessary skillset to maser the ``First Five.`` This will enable each student to complete the remaining parts of the exam with confidence.
Lesson 4
Fractions and Decimals
In this Lesson, all decimal and fraction operations are discussed. Many of my students spend so much time on fractions. This lesson will re-enforce these concepts and eliminate much of the time spent on fractions and decimals.
Introduction
Tips for doing well in math
The essential aspects of studying for your HSE are:
• Time Management
• Dedication
• TI-30XS Calculator
• Understanding your skill set. Identify your strengths and weaknesses because you can't study everything
• GED Assessment – 80% weak areas 20% Review/Practice (Overall skill assessment and 2 GED Ready Practice tests)
• Get familiar with GED type questions
• Key tips – Look at the multiple choice answers
This handbook was written to assist students in passing the math section of the GED. Being an adult educator for the last twenty-two years, I have realized the difficulty many students have with passing the math portion of the GED.
The First Five
``The First Five`` - Part 1
The ``First Five`` are the first five problems on the exam. The TI-30XS calculator cannot be used.
The ``First Five`` typically come from the following concepts:
• Undefined
• Absolute Value
• Greatest Common factor
• Fractions (Converting from an improper fraction to a mixed number)
• Multiplying/Dividing Decimals
• Ordering Fractions, Decimals and Percents
• Square, Square Roots, Cube & Cube Roots
``The First Five`` - Part 2
``The First Five`` - Part 2
In this lesson, students will identify the necessary skillset to maser the ``First Five.`` This will enable each student to complete the remaining parts of the exam with confidence.
Lesson 4
Fractions and Decimals
In this Lesson, all decimal and fraction operations are discussed. Many of my students spend so much time on fractions. This lesson will re-enforce these concepts and eliminate much of the time spent on fractions and decimals.
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