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Which Online GED Classes Would You Like to Start With?

GED® Math Classes Over 20 Video Lessons.

GED® Social Studies Classes Over 20 Video Lessons.

GED® Science Classes Over 10 Video Lessons.

Free GED® Classes Online for the GED® Exam

Want to pass the GED test but don’t have enough time to study? Find it hard to focus when reading books? Can’t understand some difficult terms while studying?

We have good news for you! Test Prep Tool Kit brings you Online GED Classes to help you:

  • Study more topics in less time
  • Stay focused while studying
  • Understand difficult topics and terms with ease
  • Remember what you’ve learned

What Our Online GED Classes Cover

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As you may know, the GED test covers four subjects: math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. You need to get a total score of 580 in order to pass the test. Additionally, you need to get at least 145 points on each subject. This is the reason why we created the online GED classes: we want you to pass each subject successfully with ease.

Take a look at the topics that you can study through our online GED classes. We have GED online classes for the following subjects:

Online GED® Math ClassOnline GED Classes

Here you will find an online, completely free GED test preparation course, as well as practice tests, which can help you pass your GED exam and take the next step toward college or a new career.
This GED® Online Math Class is 25 Lessons.
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GED Math Online Classes

Our GED Math online lessons cover topics that you will need to study for algebraic problem-solving and quantitative problem-solving, the two major content domains of the GED math test.

Section 1: Basic Functions & Number Lines

  • Rational Numbers: Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, & Dividing
  • Decimals: Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying & Dividing
  • Fractions: Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying & Dividing
  • Fractions & Decimals on a Number Line

Section 2: Ratios, Percentages, Powers and Scientific Notation

  • Ratios
  • Percentages to Decimals
  • Percentages to Fractions
  • Simple Interest
  • Exponents
  • Intro to Square Roots
  • Square Roots
  • Scientific Notation

Section 3: Charts, Graphs, Probability, and Statistics

  • Reading Pictographs
  • Reading Bar Graphs
  • Reading Pie Graphs
  • Mean, Median, and Mode
  • Range & Mid-range
  • Simple Probability
  • Advanced Probability
  • Coin Toss Probability
Attend our GED Math Video Classes Covering everything you will face during the GED Math test.

Online GED® Social Studies ClassesGED Math online lessons

Here you will find an online, completely free GED test preparation course, as well as practice tests, which can help you pass your GED exam and take the next step toward college or a new career.
This GED® Online Social Studies Class is Over 20 Video Lessons.
Start the Online GED® Social Studies Course NOW!

GED Social Studies Online Classes

Our GED Social Studies online lessons cover two major sections included in the GED test: US History and Civics & Government.

Section 1: US History

  • Colonialism & Exploration
  • The Revolutionary War
  • The Civil War
  • Westward Expansion
  • Industrialization & Immigration
  • World War Two
  • Cold War
  • Civil Rights Movement

Section 2: Civics & Government

  • Forms of Government
  • The Constitution
  • Bill of Rights
  • Levels and Branches of Government
  • US Electoral System
  • Role of the Citizen

Online GED® Science Classesnext step toward college

Here you will find an online, completely free GED© test preparation course, as well as practice tests, which can help you pass your GED® exam and take the next step toward college or a new career.
This GED® Online Science Class is 25 Lessons.
Start the Online GED® Science Course NOW!

GED Science Online Classes

Our GED Science online lessons cover two of the major topics included in the exam: Life Science and Earth & Space Science. It also tackles basic science concepts.

Section 1: Science Basics

  • The Scientific Method
  • Central Tendency
  • Writing Short Responses

Section 2: Life Science

  • Cell Processes & Energy
  • The Human Body
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Evolution & Darwin
  • Ecosystems

Section 3: Earth & Space Science

  • Earth’s Structure
  • Earth’s Resources

We have gathered video lessons for math, social studies and science because these subjects are topic-heavy. They cover a wide range of topics, so we want to help you focus on the ones that are actually included in the test.

In 15 minutes or less, you can study 1 to 4 topics using our online GED classes. We kept these video lessons short to help you stay focused on the topic you’re studying. Each subject is divided into sub-topics, so you can quickly choose which ones you need to prioritize. You don’t need to watch these videos in chronological order. In other words, you can choose to start in the middle or anywhere you want to begin.

Why Attend our Online GED Classes?

GED Math Classes

There are many benefits to attending our online GED classes. First, you can watch them anytime, wherever you are as long as you can concentrate. You can save them for offline viewing or listen. Second, you can easily choose the topics you need to study and you can study them in any order that you want.

Here are more reasons to watch our online GED classes:

  • Retain more information. The shorter the lesson, the easier it is to remember what you have learned. With the length of the videos ranging from 2 minutes to 16 minutes each, it will be easier to study and retain what you have learned. It will also be easy to squeeze in the needed breaks to recharge your mind.
  • Easy to take notes. When watching our video lessons, it will be easier for you to take notes. Taking notes is another technique that will help you remember what you studied. Medical Daily says that using pen and paper when taking notes helps boost memory. It also helps you better understand and recall concepts.
  • Make studying easy and interesting with visuals.Visuals like graphics, maps, arrows, and other images and illustrations that support the text make the topic interesting and easy to understand. A Psychology Today article says the use of visuals in learning decreases the time you need to study, improves your understanding of the subject, and helps you retain information.

7 Quick Study Tips to Help You Study for the GED Test Through Online Classes

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Here are 7 more study tips to help you maximize learning through our online GED classes:

  1. Complete the study experience through reading. After watching the video lessons, it is best to follow it up with reading textbooks on the topics you have studied. Reading will give you a deeper understanding of the topic. Consequently, watching the video lessons will make it easier for you to understand the materials you will be reading.
  2. Assign a study area. Choose a study area for watching the video lessons. Ideally, the study area should be a calm and quiet place that’s free from distractions. Take your laptop or tablet with you to the local library, a park, or a quiet coffee shop.
  3. Don’t bring things that might distract you. Avoid taking with you things that might distract you while watching the video lessons. Don’t bring food with you. Turn your phones and phone notifications into silent mode.Also, sit up straight while studying. You might get tempted to view the lessons while lying down, but this position can make you feel sleepy. It also strains your eyes.
  4. Write down all important points. Using a real pen and paper, write down all the important points discussed in the video. Taking down notes not only helps boost memory, but it also saves time as you don’t have to watch the video again just to review the key points you need to learn.
  5. Take a break every 15 to 30 minutes. Don’t attempt to watch all videos in one sitting. Try to finish 2 to 3 videos at a time. This is because of your attention span, as well as your ability to remember information, decreases after 30 minutes. Ten-minute breaks to rest, stretch, walk or eat and drink will help you stay focused when it’s time to study.
  6. Have a review buddy. The great thing about attending online classes is you always have the choice to do it alone or with other people. Watch it with a friend or another test-taker. This will help you stick to your plan of preparing thoroughly for the GED test.
    To help ensure that you understand everything you’ve learned, try teaching it to your review buddy. This is another tactic for retaining information quickly.
  7. Test yourself. The best way to know whether you’ve prepared enough for the GED test is to test yourself. Test your knowledge and how much you have learned by taking our free GED practice test.

Ready to begin studying? Choose the online GED classes you want to attend.

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