Where Can I Print a GED Practice Test?

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To print off a GED practice test, visit the official GED Web site, Acenet.edu, or find a GED test prep book at a bookstore or library to avoid printing off more than 50 pages of testing material. Practicing taking this exam, concentrating on the more difficult subjects, with advice from a GED prep tutor in this free video on education.

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In this clip I'm going to talk about where you can print practice GED exams. The official GED website is Acenet.edu. And on that website you can find practice test questions from past exams along with more current practice test questions. The test doesn't change much over time so any of those practice questions will be very helpful to you. In addition there are also some paid and some free websites available for GED testing practice. Definitely do your homework to figure out which one of these websites will be best for you. Some of them are more or less expensive and some of them are a little more or less helpful, depending on the organization and structure of the website. I also definitely definitely recommend looking for GED test prep books. You can find these either at your local book store and the book sellers there will probably be able to give you an excellent recommendation. Or you can also find them for free at your local library. Almost all of these books have multiple practice exams in them and you can make copies of the answer sheet, and work from the book there. That way you save yourself the trouble of making all those copies and printing off anywhere from fifty to seventy pages worth of exams off of your computer. If you are paying for a practice test either online or in a book do make sure that it covers the sections that you need the most help on. Some books and some websites do only focus on one or two sections and so you need to make sure that you're getting the help you need in the sections that are the most difficult for you.


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