GED Practice Test | HiSet and GED Preparation Classes
The GED and HiSet are both divided into four subjects, so our program includes four classes, one for each subject. A GED or HiSET diploma shows employers and colleges that you have the same education as someone who graduated from an American high school.
Information about this program
These GED practice tests and preparation classes are online. You can take these classes on your phone or a computer.
The classes are self-paced, so you can learn anytime.
You can get started today!
There are four classes in our GED Preparation Program, one for each subject on the exams:
Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Math.
Learn about each class below.
Welcome to the Math Preparation Class!
This class will prepare you to learn the GED or HiSet math topics. It will develop your test-taking and critical thinking skills. Test-taking and critical thinking skills will help you in all the GED/ HiSET subjects.
About the GED and HiSET tests
The GED and HiSET math tests measure your ability to understand math concepts and apply math to solve problems and answer questions.
The math tests will cover problem solving with numbers and with algebra. The test includes questions that test skills and procedures, as well as problem solving.
During the test, you will have an on-screen calculator, a reference sheet, and a small board and pen to write on and erase.
The test will take you 315 minutes. You will have to answer five questions without a calculator. Then, you can use a calculator for the rest of the questions (41 more).
This online preparation class is divided into two parts. This class is the first part. The class teaches basic math skills. You will use these basic math skills to learn and study for the GED and HiSET math material. Basic math skills will help you understand and remember the math that is on the test.
At the end of each lesson, there is a quiz for you to complete. The quizzes will help you practice for your GED/HiSet tests. The quizzes also show you if you understood the material in the lesson.
This class will prepare you for all types of questions. The quizzes ask the same type of questions you will be asked in the real test.
Lessons in this class
Factors and multiples
Unlike denominators: Adding and subtracting
Order of operations
Multiplying and dividing fractions
Squares and roots
Cubes and cube roots
Using math skills
Compute unit rates
Solve multi-step word problems
Welcome to the GED/HiSet Language Arts Preparation class!
Language Arts means learning how to use language – in this case, the English language – to communicate well. It means being able to understand what you are reading. It means expressing your ideas to other people clearly, so they know what you mean, and using correct English.
This course will prepare you to pass the GED or HiSet Language Arts section, and it will develop your test-taking and critical thinking skills. So it will help you with the other sections, too.
The Language Arts test will measure how well you understand and compare facts and opinions. It will have questions that require careful reading of text. It will have other questions that test your use of English grammar. Finally, your Language Arts test will require you to write an essay. So this Language Arts unit has three sections: reading, grammar, and writing.
At the end of each lesson, there is a quiz for you to complete. The quizzes will help you practice for your GED/HiSet tests because they ask the same type of questions you will be asked in the real test. Our quizzes will also show you if you have understood the material in the lesson.
Some questions are easy and some are more difficult. After most questions, you will receive the correct answer. If your answer is right, it will be green. If it is wrong, it will be red, and the correct answer will be green.
For some questions, there is no wrong or right answer. For these questions, you will write an essay. It is very important to practice writing these essays because they will be a part of your GED/HiSet test.
Please do not worry if you get a lot of wrong answers. You can do the tests as many times as you like. Or you can keep going, and then go back and do the whole course again. The most important thing is to keep practicing, whenever you have time. And please remember: we are here to help you if you have questions.
Lessons in this class
Preparing for the Language Arts test
Identifying themes and ideas
Parts of the text
Expressing and influencing opinions
Avoiding run-on sentences
Getting ready to write
Parts of an essay
Comparing points of view
Using transition words and phrases
Welcome to the GED/HiSet Science Preparation class!
Science is the study of the world around us.
This class will help you to understand what science is and how people do scientific research. The class will introduce you to physics, biology, and chemistry. You will learn about earth sciences and about outer-space.
You don’t need to remember everything, but it will help you in your test to be familiar with some current scientific issues.
Most of the test questions will ask you to read a scientific text and answer questions. We want to prepare you. At the end of each lesson, there is a quiz. The quizzes will help you practice for your GED/HiSet tests. They ask the same type of questions you will be asked in the real test.
For some questions, there is no wrong or right answer. For these questions, you will write a few sentences or even a long essay. It is very important to practice writing. Writing answers will be a part of your GED/HiSet tests.
Some questions are easy and some are more difficult. After most questions, you will learn the correct answer. If your answer is right, it will be green. If it is wrong, it will be red and the correct answer will be green.
Please do not worry if you get a lot of wrong answers. You can take the quizzes as many times as you like. Keep practicing, whenever you have time. Please remember: we are here to help you if you have questions.
Science uses many long and uncommon words. Even many native English speakers do not know the words. At the end of each lesson, you will find a vocabulary review. Do not be discouraged if there are other words in the lesson you do not understand. Instead, look them up!
Here is an online dictionary that explains words as simply as possible.
Lessons in this class
What is data?
DNA, genes, and heredity
Earth in the solar system
The language of chemistry
The language of physics
Preparing for Your Test Part I
Preparing for Your Test Part II
Congratulations: You are ready to take the GED or HiSet science test
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