Math GED Resources
This is where to learn the basic math concepts that are covered on the Math Reasoning GED test and are the basic math skills that any high school graduate is expected to know by the time he or she leaves high school. The GED Math reasoning test has between 35-45 questions and 5 or 6 of them will need to be done without a calculator. The scoring is not 1 for 1. You need to score 145 to pass the Math Reasoning Section and get a basic certificate, 165-175 gives you a college ready certificate, and 176 – 200 could give you some college credit and/or advanced placement. You have 1 hour and 55 minutes to take the test with a break between the non calculator and calculator sections to get your calculator. The only calculator that is allowed is the TI-30XS
Material for Home School Here
GED Math Practice Tests
You can use a calculator with the test above – 39 questions
No calculator with this test – 20 questions
Tools
The 4 videos below show the use of the calculator with real problems. You can practice along with your own calculator, if you have a TI 30XS. Which is what will be given to you on screen on the test.
Take the practice tests as soon as you can. They will give you a good look at what the test will cover. Don't worry about doing it perfectly, rather get a sence of how the questions will be worded and what they will cover. Don't have either the calculator or the non calculator test scored until you have finished it. Then you can get a look at where your mistakes were and there are videos to go over how to do each question if you are having difficulty.
Things to do
Visit your state site for specifics in your state
Sign Up for a GED Account
Schedule and Pay for a GED Ready Test
Remember!
We try to get you good information that will prepare you to take the GED Math Test or Help you learn the basic Math Skills that that test covers. Your Job is to PRACTICE!
Presented below are links to various resources. Timeline uses the material from Effortless Math and breaks the material down into Subtopics which span the first 2 columns. These Subtopics are the same (with a few variations) as the first information that I sent to you in PDF form (Remi) or had delivered to you in written form (Derek).
The TImeline starts with FRACTIONS and moves through the topics in somewhat the same order as they would be presented in school. Almost every line in the Timeline goes to the same or a similar worksheet like the ones I sent to you at the beginning for this project. There are also videos attached to those worksheet pages since the links go to the actual Effortless Math site. You don’t need to view the videos to do the work on the worksheets or see the written instructions. I have attached some extra videos to some of the Timeline subtopics. These videos are from GetSumMath and are better videos.
The third Column titled GetSumMath goes to an excellent site that gives practice problems for you to work on but the order of presentation is alphabetical and covers the same material but the order is out of sequence from the way you would get it at school. There are videos attached to each work area if you need more information about how to handle a particular topic. THESE VIDEOS ARE BETTER than most and add a great deal in terms of how to do the problems faster and with less math and more logic or with good instruction about how to set things up.
Timeline
- Sept 20, Take test and send
- Sept 21, FRACTIONS
- Sept 22,
- Sept 23, DECIMALS
- Sept 24, Sunday no math
- Sept 25,
- Sept 26,
- Sept 27, Catch Up day or review day
- Sept 28, INTEGERS & ORDER OF OPERATIONS
- Sept 29,
- Sept 30, Saturday Watch Conference
- Oct 1, Sunday Watch Conference
- Oct 2, RATIO, PERPORTION & PERCENT
- Oct 3,
- Oct 4,
- Oct 5,
- Oct 6,
- Oct 7, Catch up and Review
- Oct 8, Sunday No Math
- Oct 9, ALGEBRETIC EXPRESSIONS
- Oct 10,
- Oct 11,
- Oct 12, Catch Up and Review
- GetsumMath 10 Common Questions Good video 11min 55 sec
- Oct 13, EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
- Oct 14,
- Oct 15, Sunday No Math
- Oct 16,
Timeline
- Oct 17, LINEAR FUNCTIONS
- Oct 18,
- Oct 19,
- Oct 20, Catch Up and Review
- Oct 21, EXPONENTS AND RADICALS
- Oct 22, Sunday – No Math
- Oct 23,
- Oct 24,
- Oct 25, Catch Up and Review
- Oct 26, POLYNOMIALS
- Oct 27,
- Oct 28,
- Oct 29, Sunday No Math
- Oct 30, GEOMETRY AND SOLID FIGURES
- Oct 31
- Nov 1 Catch up and Review
- Nov 2 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY
- Nov 3
- Nov 4 FUNCTIONS
GetSumMath
Topic with links to problems in each area. Videos attached if you want more info.
These Topics are in alphabetical order and are from a different Content Provider than the ones in Timeline.
- Algebraic Statements
- Area
- Combinations
- Compare Rates
- Decimals
- Determine Functions Very Good DON’T skip this!
- Equations of lines
- Exponents + Roots
- FOIL
- Fractions
- Functions
- Geometry Problems -Video
- Graph Lines
- Inequalities
- Line Plots
- Mean, Median, Mode
- Number Line
- Order of Operations
- Percents
- Perimeter/Circumference
- plotting Points
- Polynomials
- Proportions
- Pythagorean Theorem – Geometry Video
- Quadratics
- Ratios
- Scientific Notation-Video
- Slope
- Solve Equations
- Substitutions
- Surface Area
- Undefined
- Volume
- Word Problems
- Difficult combination problem – video
- Problems with tables Video
- Probability Problems – Video
Ultimate GED and Others
Good Practice Videos below that can be stopped so you can try and then the answer is given and explained.
Important Extra Material, Not Covered Elsewhere!
Very Important Extra Material
To skip introduction move to 42 seconds. To change speed hit the settings icon and choose your speed.
Effortless Math
Click on the button above or the Column Title to go to a play list of videos that follows the Effortless Math Program.
Whole Numbers
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Fractions And Decimals
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
- Simplifying Fractions
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
- Adding Mixed Numbers
- Subtracting Mixed Numbers
- Multiplying Mixed Numbers
- Dividing Mixed Numbers
- Adding and Subtracting Decimals
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
- Comparing Decimals
- Rounding Decimals
- Factoring Numbers
- Greatest Common Factor
- Least Common Multiple
Integers and Order of Opereations
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Ratio, Proportions and Percentage
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Algebretic Expressions
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Equations and Inequalities
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Linear Functions
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Exponents and Radicals
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Polynomials
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Geometry and Solid FIgures
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Statistics and Probability
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Functions
Click on any bulleted point below to go to a page of examples and sample questions
Please Check out these videos for instruction on each topic as well as sample problems
Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Percents, Ratios, and Proportions
Geometry
This Column is Under Construction. Buttons don't go to the right material
Statistics and Measurement
Integers and Exponents
Algebra Basics
The play list for their beginning course is below in green. Check this out and watch all of them they are very good for a foundation on not only the math but also how the questions look.
All the videos that were here are included on the above playlist above. Good place to start!
Check the full video playlist for GetSumMath in the column to the left. If you do them all it will fill in all the gaps from the above tests and give a great background, most of them after the first few in the list to the left are only 4 to 8 min long.
Content Areas To Explore
Michelle Revisited
Test Prep Champions
Mission
Just an Intro 1 min 47 sec
No Math Here
This presenter is a bit messy in his presentation I like GetSumMath much better. However, he is a second set of complete problems that he works over 3 hour time. You can listen at 1.5 and his explanations are clear and easy to follow. There are three videos below that cover all topics on the official GED study guide including an explanation of the problems given on the official study guide. He does however have a real problem with his handwritting and keeping things neat and easy to follow, Better guy is over at GetSumMath.
Scientific Notation = Good video 1:28
Inequalities = Good video 15:30
After you have done a quick Overview here go on to the next column over and do the In Depth Material. He started with 2 but ended with 3. They are over an hour each but they cover great examples.
In Depth One
Ultimate GED Math Study Guide & Practice Test to Pass Easily in 2023 Part 1 Has a long Intro but there is Lots of Math that Start at 21:50
Full Video is 1 h 32 min 30 sec
In Depth Two
Ultimate GED Math Study Guide & Practice Test to Pass Easily in 2023 Part 2
Lots of Math Here Full Video is 54 min 2 sec
Ultimate GED Math Study Guide & Practice Test to Pass Easily in 2023 Part 3
Lots of Math Here Full Video is 58 min 41 sec.
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