Top Study Tips to Pass the GED
Many students agree that Math is the toughest subject. Many of you think enrolling in local class or taking online courses, is the best option. But, for those that know the basics, can commit to 1-2 hours a day and are independent learners you can learn the skills you need to pass. But, if you have the following foundational math skills:
- Whole Numbers
- Ratio and Proportions
- The ability to solve one step and two-step equations
If so, and have the time to commit 1-2 hours a day, along with GED Math in 30 days, you can pass your exam in no time.
Also, practicing each day makes math easier to get through. In just a minutes a day, along with the resources Pass GED Math has provided you’ll be one-step closer to obtaining your GED.
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