GED® Test Prep Resources

Thanks for coming! I am Meagen Farrell, author of Teaching Adults: A GED® Test Resource Book available from New Readers Press, and previously National Teacher Trainer for GED Academy (among other products offered by Essential Education). Looking to pass the GED® Test, or to help someone study? You've come to the right place! Below you will find a collection of... Continue Reading →

Is the New GED Test Too Hard? Why Aren’t More People Passing?

Why is the new GED Test harder? What does this mean for the future of adult education?

What GED® Test Takers Need to Study for Social Studies

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 →

Improve Your Typing Speed for Computer-Based GED® Testing

Free online resources and tips to improve typing skills to prepare for computer-based GED testing.

Words to Study for the GED® Test

Word lists can help you create flashcards. Study the right vocabulary to pass the GED Test.

Prepare for Computer-Based GED® Testing

Free resources to prepare for the computer-based GED Test.

White Paper: 2014 GED Test and Its Impact on Adult Literacy Providers

What should adult literacy providers expect with the upcoming 2014 GED test? Find out the answers in ProLiteracy's white paper.

The Word is Out: Finish Your GED Test in 2013!

The GED test is changing in 2014! Old scores will be erased. If you only have one or two sections to pass, find out how to sign up and finish.

Available Now! Teaching Adults: A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book

Teaching Adults: A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book is now available to order exclusively from New Readers Press.

NaBoWriMo: Book on the 2014 GED® Test

Farrell Ink argues with National Novel Writing Month by writing a non-fiction book on the 2014 GED test.

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