How Do You Study For The Washington State GED?
Every state offers the General Equivalency Diploma (GED). According to the “Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges,” Washington has more than 50 community colleges offering low cost classes, some online, to help you prepare for the exam. (See Reference 1) In addition, GED study materials are available for free in any Washington public library. You can also purchase one of many study guides available at local bookstores. Any of these sources will help you review the material and provide practice tests to help you determine the areas you need to study. If self-study is your preferred method, there are efficient study strategies you can try. Purchase a GED study guide that contains practice tests. There are five subjects tested on the GED exam: language arts, mathematics, writing, social studies and science. Take the practice tests included with the book. The questions in the exams are in multiple choice format that will either be in your book pages or on an accompany