||I truly admire your commitment to earning your GED. I can tell you that all of the tests are prepared for the same level of competency. So I would encourage you to start by contacting your local adult education center – they are really best suited to helping you prepare. I know that it can take a lot of courage to walk in there for the first time, especially after not being in school for a long time, but my experience is that you will find some very compassionate teachers ready to help. With their assistance, you will be better prepared than the first time you took the test.
Also, if you tell them about your physical needs up front, they can accommodate you and adjust the times for taking the initial assessments. For instance, after one half hour the clock can be stopped, and you can stand, take a break, and then resume. Also, you can discuss the GED accommodation request and what is involved to apply for special consideration for the actual GED exam. I wish you all the best as you continue on your journey to success!