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GED® Useful Study Websites

GED® Practice Tests in all four subject areas: Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Science, Science, and Math.

GED® Study in all five subject areas: mathematics, reading, science, social studies, and writing

GED® study in Math

  • Beginning Algebra Tutorials from Western Texas A&M
    Basic math, beginning algebra, and geometry
  • Khan Academy
    Short videos with instruction and practice exercises on arithmetic, developmental math, pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry. Requires an account with Google or facebook for exercises.
  • Math.com
    Basic math, pre-algebra, and geometry [Select the topic from Subject Area on the left]
  • Math Goodies
    Basic math, probability, pre-algebra, and geometry [Select / Students / select math topic]
  • Math Playground
    Short videos on basic math, pre-algebra, and algebra [Select / Math Videos / select math topic]
  • Math Review
    Basic math, tables and graphs, and coordinate geometry
  • Shoreline Math Skills
    Basic math, pre-algebra, geometry, and more
  • Fact Monster
    Free Flashcards
  • AplusMath
    Create your own practice worksheets with answer keys; also has flashcards
  • Lizard Point
    Good review of basic math; has practice worksheets with answer keys.
  • KUTA Software
    Excellent site for creating your own practice worksheets with answer keys in all math topics.
  • GED® Testing Service
    Videos about the math concepts covered on the GED® and test-taking strategies.
  • LearningExpress Library
    Create a free account in order to take unofficial practice exams.
  • GED® Testing Service
    Take a free official practice test that's 1/4 the length of the actual GED® exam.
  • GED® Testing Service
    Create a free account to take "GED® Ready" official practice exams for a fee.

GED® study in Science

  • New York Times Presents Current Events
    News stories and quizzes on various topics in the arts, science, and social studies
  • Shoreline Reading Resources
    Various reading sites on current events, history, literature, and science
  • Smithsonian Education
    An interactive site with topics in art, history, and science
  • Math Goodies
    Line graphs are particularly important - this is a good site for focusing on this type of graph.
  • GEDScience.com
    Choose "Student Center" to review concepts and definitions associated with science or take an unofficial practice test.
  • 4Tests
    Choose "GED" and then "Science" to take a 30-question unofficial practice test.
  • GED® Testing Service
    Create a free account in order to take unofficial practice exams.

GED® study in Social Studies

GED® study in Reasoning Through Language Arts

  • Building Reading Skills for Today's Adults
    General pre-GED® reading skills with audio, timed readings, and practice questions
  • Big Dog's Grammar (available in Spanish)
    Sentence structure and parts of speech with explanations, examples, and interactive self-tests
  • Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
    Grammar, capitalization, rules for writing numbers, and commonly confused words with rules, explanations, and examples
  • Commnet's Guide to Grammar and Writing
    Sentence structure, parts of speech, punctuation, homonyms and other confusing words, and paragraph development with explanations, examples, and interactive quizzes [Select / Word & Sentence Level or Paragraph Level / select topic]
  • D'Youville College Online Writing Lab
    Sentence structure, parts of speech, and punctuation with explanations, examples, and interactive self-tests
  • Grammar Bytes!
    Sentence structure, parts of speech, punctuation, and word choice with presentations, interactive exercises, and handouts. See website for computer software requirements.
  • Purdue Online Writing Lab
    Mechanics, grammar, punctuation, and academic writing with explanations, examples, and exercises. [For exercises, select / Owl Exercises / from Suggested Resources on the left]
  • Spelling Help
    Homonyms and spelling with rules and exercises
  • GEDWriting.com
    Choose "Student Center" to review concepts and definitions associated with grammar and writing or to take an unofficial practice test.
  • 4Tests
    Choose "GED" and then "Reasoning Through Language Arts" part A and B to take a 47-question unofficial practice test.
  • GED® Testing Service
    Create a free account to take "GED® Ready" official practice exams for a fee.

Additional GED® Study Resources: Each site provides links to multiple GED® study sites.