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Take the GED practice test #1 in each subject area before you begin the learning modules or quizzes in that subject area to find out which skills you need to strengthen. After you log in, go to GED Connection and select a subject area (like Reading). You can scroll down to the Practice Tests and begin. If you need help in a particular area, work on those learning activities.
Click on a GED subject area module or an Internet Activity/Quiz to begin your study. Each learning module relates to a single topic. You'll find an overview of the subjects covered, have a chance to see how much you already know about the topic, and visit websites where you'll complete related activities. The learning modules involve exploration, reading and writing practice and cannot be completed in one sitting. You'll be able to write your answers in your portfolio. Be sure to SAVE your work!
The quizzes are short activities that help you practice answering the kinds of questions you'll find on the GED test. Each Quiz topic matches the title of a GED Connection TV program/video and a GED Connection workbook chapter. The quizzes are scored automatically and give immediate feedback.
After completing the learning module, take practice test #2 in the same subject area to see how you improved. When you feel more confident in your skills in all five subject areas, you can take the Official Practice Test or register to take the GED test in your local area.
Click here to find out what the 39 GED Connection lessons are about.
You can order each workbook separately for , or buy the 3-book set for (plus shipping and handling). Call KET at 1-800-354-9067 to order, or order online.
Each program is about a half-hour long and goes with a workbook chapter and an online lesson. An orientation program introduces the basic concepts and ideas covered in the series. It explains how the videos, workbooks and online lessons work together.
To find a public TV station airing GED Connection lessons, you can log in and enter your zip code in the box above. Or find your station from our station map.