GED Information and Practice- This section focuses on some useful resources when preparing for the GED 

  • 4 Tests– This site has a free GED practice exam that is designed to help prepare participants for the 2014 GED Exam. It also has a useful GED description section if you scroll down the page that is full of helpful information for anyone preparing to take the test.
  • Free Test Prep– Here you will find tons of GED practice tests for all of the exam subjects.
  • Study Guide Zone– Testing resources for all of the GED subjects, skill building exercises, and GED Practice Test questions.
  • Virginia Department of Education– GED program information including exam details, regulations and requirements, test preparation, accommodations, a testing site locator, and more.
  • Site List– Numerous other GED Resources for the 2014 GED test.
  • 2014 GED Item Sampler- The 2014 GED Test® Item Samplers provide access to example test items that address some of the assessment targets on the 2014 GED® test, available now in the United States. These tools have been designed with educators in mind to help you prepare adults to take and succeed on the 2014 GED® test.
  • Free Practice Test– Access the free practice test today and get a preview of the content and technology that are part of the 2014 GED® test.
  • Audio GED Prep– Audio lesson to help participants prepare for the GED exam.
  • Assessment Guide for Educators– Here is a document that literally has all of the information and data that any GED instructor needs in order to fully understand the 2014 GED test.
  • GED 2014 Content Summary- This webpage is a helpful guide to all of the skills and content needed to prepare for the 2014 GED test.  It includes all of the areas of Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies that GED students must be familiar with in order to do well on their exams.
  • Performance Level Descriptors– Brought to us by GED Testing Services, this helpful link will assist GED instructors in figuring out whether or not their participants are ready to pass the 2014 GED test. They do this by supplying information on the three official performance levels of the GED, Performance Level 1 being “Below Passing”, Performance Level 2 being “Passing Standard for High School Equivalency”, and Performance Level 3 being “GED® Score with Honors”. By using the documents linked to this webpage, you can confirm which of the three performance levels your participant is at and determine what he or she must do in order to improve their skills enough to perform higher on the exam.
  • GCFLearnfree GED Prep Resources A wonderfully useful and easy to navigate catalog of free GED Prep resources, for all subjects and needs. Includes practice tests, Classes, tools to find a Testing Center, and more.