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How to do your homework as a voter. GED/HiSET/TASC Test Takers need to know about U.S. Elections for the Social Studies test.
Challenge your students to increase their depth of knowledge. Use offline activities to prepare test takers for computer-based testing.
The GED® Social Studies Test is currently 50% Civics and Government. The other subjects are United States History, Economics and Geography. International test takers may have to study more because most of the content is focused on the USA. (Capitalism! Democracy! 50 States!) If you're not so familiar with US Civics and History (even if you... Continue Reading →