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Course Description

This online course will prepare you to take the GED (General Educational Development) test. The testing format will be explained and broken down to highlight the current four testing areas along with the content each of these sections will cover.
 

This course will provide many resources from test tips and strategies, exercises, assignments, practice tests and researched netlinks attached to many test topics to be read at your own leisure.

The GED test covers a wealth of information within the four-test sections. These test sections include Reasoning through the Language Arts,Social Studies, Science Studies, and Mathematical Reasoning. You will not need to know all of the information in these areas to pass the GED, but you will need to know and understand several of the main topics in each area. This course provides a brief summary and numerous practice resources to use for each of these main topics.

This course is a preparation course only. You cannot take the GED® test online. UniversalClass does not administer state-sanctioned GED® tests.

We recommend the following steps to pass the official, state-administered, GED® test:

  1. Enroll in a GED® Preparation course (such as this one)
  2. Purchase all recommended GED® Preparation books and materials
  3. Study all course materials
  4. Take all practice tests in the course and book materials
  5. After you have mastered all material and passed all tests, you must sign up for the state-administered GED® test
  6. Take the GED® test in person approved by both your state and the American Council on Education with a proctor
  7. If you pass the state-administered GED® test, the state will issue you a high school equivalency diploma

*GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education and may not be used without permission. The GED® and GED Testing Service®® brands are administered by GED Testing Service® LLC under license. THIS WORK IS NOT AUTHORIZED, ENDORSED, OR LICENSED BY AMERICAN COUNSEL ON EDUCATION OR GED Testing Service®, AND ANY REFERENCE TO "GED®" IN THE TITLE OR BODY OF THIS WORK IS IN NO WAY INTENDED TO IMPLY AN AFFILIATION WITH, OR SPONSORSHIP BY, GED Testing Service® OR ANY STATE OR ENTITY AUTHORIZED TO PROVIDE GED® BRANDED GOODS OR SERVICES.

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Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Demonstrate mastery of grammar topics.
  • Demonstrate mastery of sentence structure and organization.
  • Recognize frequent spelling and diction errors.
  • Prepare for the essay test.
  • Demonstrate mastery of reading tables, graphs, maps and political cartoons.
  • Demonstrate mastery of history and economics.
  • Demonstrate mastery of geography, political science and behavioral studies.
  • Describe basic concepts of biology.
  • Describe basic concepts of earth and space structure.
  • Describe basic concepts of chemistry and physical science.
  • Solve basic math, algebra, and geometry problems, and
  • Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
 
 
 
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Introduction for GED Preparation

This introductory lesson reviews information about the GED Test, such as what is on the test, where to take the test, and strategies for preparing for the test. 1 Total Points
  • Review Article: GED testing site
  • Take Poll: Is this your first online course?
  • Complete: Introduction Assignment

Reasoning Through Language Arts Test (RLA)

A review of this section of the GED exam 0 Total Points
  • Review Article: Test taking tips
  • Review Article: Reasoning Through Language Arts Test Site Information

Basic English Usage, Grammar and Mechanics Practice pt.1

Topics include: fragments, run-on sentences and comma splices, combing sentences with conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions, using active and passive voice, sentence structure and types of GED questions, dangling and misplaced modifiers, and parallel s 57 Total Points
  • Review Article: Avoiding Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
  • Review Article: Avoiding Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
  • Review Article: Compound Sentences
  • Review Article: How to Understand the Difference Between Active and Passive Voice
  • Review Article: Run On Sentences
  • Review Article: Sentence Fragments
  • Review Article: The Subordinate Conjunction
  • Complete: Sentence Structure Exam
  • Complete Exam: Sentence Structure Practice 1
  • Complete Exam: Sentence Structure Practice 2
  • Complete Exam: Sentence Structure Practice 3
  • Complete Exam: Sentence Structure Practice 4
  • Complete Exam: Sentence Structure Practice 5
  • Complete Exam: Sentence Structure Practice 6

Basic English Usage, Grammar and Mechanics Practice pt.2

Topics include: capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. 40 Total Points
  • Review Article: Capitalization and Punctuation Rules
  • Review Article: Spelling Practice
  • Complete: Mechanics Exam
  • Complete Exam: Mechanics Practice 1
  • Complete Exam: Mechanics Practice 2
  • Complete Exam: Mechanics Practice 3

Basic English Usage, Grammar and Mechanics Practice pt.3

Topics include: Paragraph composition, topic sentences, and unity and coherence within a paragraph. 23 Total Points
  • Review Article: Basic Paragraph Structure
  • Review Article: Paragraph Structure
  • Complete: Organization Exam
  • Complete Exam: Organization Practice

Reading Comprehension Practice

Reading Comprehension strategies will be discussed with a focus on the point of view used in reading and writing. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Common Themes
  • Review Article: Elements of Literature
  • Review Article: Understanding Point of View
  • Complete: Language Arts, Reading Exam 1-3
  • Complete: Language Arts, Reading Quiz 1-3

Interpreting Fictional Text

This lesson will focus on understanding how to interpret fictional writing 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Characterization
  • Review Article: Drama
  • Review Article: Drama Interpretation
  • Review Article: Fiction Writing Basics
  • Review Article: Interpreting Fiction
  • Review Article: Tools for Analyzing Fiction
  • Complete: Language Arts, Reading Exam 6
  • Complete: Language Arts, Reading Quiz 6

Interpreting Nonfiction Text

In this lesson, we're going to learn how to read and interpret nonfiction in preparation for your GED test. 63 Total Points
  • Review Article: Biographical Criticism
  • Review Article: Characteristics of Nonfiction
  • Review Article: Nonfiction
  • Review Article: Reading Autobiographies
  • Review Article: Reading Essays
  • Complete: Language Arts, Reading Exam 7-8
  • Complete Exam: Language Arts and Reading Review Test
  • Complete: Language Arts, Reading Quiz 7-8

Essay Writing Practice

This lesson will break down how to write on the GED exam 16 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: grammar_essay_topics_wk_1.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 2: grammar_essay_topics_wk_2.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 3: grammar_essay_topics_wk_3.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 4: grammar_essay_topics_wk_4.doc
  • Complete: Essay Question 1 Exam
  • Complete: Essay Question Exam 2
  • Complete Exam: Essay Practice 1
  • Complete Exam: Essay Practice 2

MATHEMATICAL REASONING TEST

This lesson will go over information and formatting that will be on the Mathematics Exam. 0 Total Points
  • Review Article: GED Math Tips
  • Review Article: Passing the GED Test

Whole Numbers and Operations

Lesson topics include Basic Operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), and solving word problems with Basic Operations. 30 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice11.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice12.pdf
  • Review Article: Addition Topics
  • Review Article: Division Topics
  • Review Article: Multiplication Topics
  • Review Article: Order of Operations
  • Review Article: Solving Basic Math Word Problems (Video)
  • Review Article: Subtraction Topics
  • Complete Exam: Whole Numbers & Operations Practice

Number Properties, Exponents, Roots

Lesson topics include powers, exponents and square roots, as well as Order of Operations 27 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice21.pdf
  • Review Article: Exponents: Basic Rules
  • Review Article: How to find a square root of a number
  • Review Article: List of Perfect Squares
  • Review Article: Order of Operations
  • Complete Exam: Number Sense Practice

Decimal Numbers

Lesson topics include place value and ordering decimals, decimal operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). 25 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice31.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice32.pdf
  • Review Article: Adding Decimals
  • Review Article: Comparing Decimals
  • Review Article: Decimal: Place Value
  • Review Article: Dividing Decimals
  • Review Article: Multiplying Decimals
  • Review Article: Rounding Decimals
  • Review Article: Scientific Notation
  • Review Article: Subtracting Decimals
  • Complete Exam: Decimal Numbers Practice

Fractions and Fraction Operations

Lesson topics include fractions and fraction operations, types of fractions, and operations with fractions 29 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice42.pdf
  • Review Article: Adding and Subtracting Fractions
  • Review Article: Comparing Fractions
  • Review Article: Dividing Fractions
  • Review Article: Fractions
  • Review Article: Improper Fractions
  • Review Article: Multiplying Fractions
  • Review Article: Multiplying Mixed Fractions
  • Review Article: Reducing Fractions
  • Complete Exam: Fractions & Fraction Operations Practice

Percents

Lesson topics include converting percents to fractions and decimals (and vice versa!), and solving percent problems and interest problems. 25 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice71.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice72.pdf
  • Review Article: Converting Between Decimals, Fractions and Percents
  • Review Video: Solving Percent Problems Video
  • Complete Exam: Percents Practice

Number Relationships

Lesson topics include signed numbers, and multiplying & dividing signed numbers 25 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice51.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice52.pdf
  • Review Article: Absolute Value
  • Review Article: Signed Integers
  • Complete Exam: Number Relationships Practice

Rates, Ratios and Proportions

Lesson topics include ratios, rates, and proportions 24 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice61.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice62.pdf
  • Review Article: Application of Ratio and Rates
  • Review Article: Interpret Tables Practice
  • Review Article: Proportions: Introduction
  • Review Article: Solving Simple Interest Problems
  • Review Video: Application of Proportions Video
  • Review Video: Ratio and Rates Video
  • Complete Exam: Statistics & Data Analysis Practice

Probability

Lesson topics include probability, probability range, and dependent probability. 24 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice81.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice82.pdf
  • Review Article: Probability
  • Complete Exam: Probability Practice

Data Analysis

Lesson topics include measures of central tendency, finding the range, finding the mean, finding the median, finding the mode, and interpreting charts, tables and graphs. 25 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice91.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice92.pdf
  • Review Article: Data
  • Review Article: Interpret Tables Practice
  • Complete Exam: Data Analysis Practice

Algebra and Algebraic Expressions

Lesson topics include algebra expressions & equations, one-step and multi-step algebra equations, word problems, simplifying expressions inequalities, graphing and multiplying expressions 25 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice101.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice102.pdf
  • Review Article: Algebra Factoring
  • Review Article: Basic Graphing
  • Review Article: Distance Between 2 Distance
  • Review Article: Learn to Solve Word Problems
  • Review Article: Multiplying Algebraic Expressions
  • Review Article: Practice Multi Step Expressions
  • Review Article: Simplifying Expressions
  • Review Article: Solving Equations and Inequalities
  • Review Video: Algebraic Expression Video
  • Complete Exam: Algebra Practice

Algebraic Operations

In this lesson, you will learn (or review) how to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in the context of algebra. 11 Total Points
  • Review Article: Substitution
  • Review Article: Quiz on the Order of Operations
  • Review Article: Quiz on Properties of Equality
  • Review Article: Practice quiz on Order of Operations
  • Review Article: Algebraic Properties of Equality
  • Complete Exam: Algebraic Operations

Linear Equations and Inequalities

This lesson will introduce you to linear equations and inequalities, including their properties, graphs, and solutions. 21 Total Points
  • Review Article: Video of Graphing Linear Functions
  • Review Article: Solve Linear Inequalities Tutorial
  • Review Article: Graphing Linear Inequalities
  • Complete Exam: Linear Equations
  • Complete Exam: Linear Inequalities

Systems of Linear Equations and Linear Inequalities

This lesson will teach you how to solve so-called systems of linear equations using substitution and will extend your understanding beyond simple equations in two dimensions to equations in many dimensions. 20 Total Points
  • Review Article: Solving Linear Equations
  • Review Article: Graphing a Linear Equation
  • Review Article: Systems of linear inequalities
  • Review Video: Video of Graphing of Systems of Linear Inequalities
  • Complete Exam: Systems of Linear Equations
  • Complete Exam: Systems of Linear Inequalities

Functions

Once you have mastered the basic concepts associated with functions, you will then have all the tools you need to get into the more complicated (and more fun) aspects of algebra. 10 Total Points
  • Review Article: Graphing Functions
  • Complete Exam: Functions

Geometry

Lesson topics include geometry vocabulary as well as measurements, angles and triangles relationships. 275 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: assignmentpractice121.pdf
  • Practice Worksheet 2: assignmentpractice122.pdf
  • Review Article: Calculating Volume
  • Review Article: Geometry
  • Review Article: Geometry Circles
  • Review Article: Lines, Rays and Angles
  • Review Article: Measurement and Geometry
  • Review Article: Pythagoras' Theorem
  • Review Article: Review of Basic Geometry
  • Review Article: Trigonometric Ratio
  • Complete Exam: Geometry Practice
  • Complete Exam: Post Test

THE SOCIAL STUDIES TEST

This lesson will go over information and question formatting that will be on this section of the GED exam. 9 Total Points
  • Review Article: GED Social Studies
  • Review Article: Guide to Reading Social Science: How to work through long reading assignments
  • Review Article: How to Pass the GED Social Studies Test
  • Review Article: Tips for Passing the GED Test: Social Studies Section
  • Review Article: Various Links to Social Studies Questions
  • Complete Exam: How to Read Social Studies Questions Practice

Civics and Government, pt. 1

Lesson material will include topics involving types of political systems, The United States Federal Government, the system of checks and balances, and the process of amending the Constitution. 16 Total Points
  • Review Article: Amending the Consitution
  • Review Article: Branches of the US Government
  • Review Article: Checks and Balances
  • Review Article: Types of Political Systems
  • Review Article: US Government
  • Complete: Civics and Government, Part 1 Exam
  • Complete Exam: Civics and Government Practice Part 1

Civics and Government, pt. 2

Just as the United States has a federal, or national, government, each state has their own government as well. 16 Total Points
  • Review Article: Citizenship
  • Review Article: History of US Political Parties
  • Review Article: Introduction to the US System
  • Review Article: State Government
  • Review Article: State Governments
  • Review Article: US Monetary Policy
  • Complete: Civics and Government, Part 2 Exam
  • Complete Exam: Civics and Government Practice Part 2

Economics, pt. 1

Lesson material will include topics involving the factors of production, economics and governments, supply and demand, imports and exports, and inflation. 15 Total Points
  • Review Article: Balance of Trade
  • Review Article: Capitalism
  • Review Article: Economic Systems
  • Review Article: Economics: GED Test Prep
  • Review Article: Factors of Production
  • Review Article: Inflation
  • Review Article: Practice Test
  • Review Article: Supply and Demand
  • Complete: Economics, Part 1 Exam
  • Complete Exam: Economic Practice Part 1

Economics, pt. 2

Lesson material will include topics on the factors involved in economic growth, money and monetary policy, government and fiscal policy, and the American consumer. 20 Total Points
  • Review Article: Economic Growth
  • Review Article: Effects of Consumerism
  • Review Article: Fiscal Policy
  • Review Article: GDP
  • Review Article: US Fiscal Policy
  • Complete: Economics, Part 2 Exam
  • Complete Exam: Economics Practice 2

Geography

Lesson material will include topics involving mapping, latitude and longitude, time zones, topography, climate, and population distribution. 154 Total Points
  • Review Article: Earth's Topography
  • Review Article: Geography: GED Test Prep
  • Review Article: Longitude and Latitude
  • Review Article: Population
  • Review Article: Test Tips
  • Review Article: Time Zones
  • Review Article: What is a Map?
  • Review Article: World Climates
  • Complete: Geography Exam
  • Complete Exam: Geography Practice
  • Complete Exam: Social Studies Final Test

World History, pt. 1

Lesson material will review topics of early humanity and civilizations. 19 Total Points
  • Review Article: Ancient Egypt
  • Review Article: Greek Empire
  • Review Article: Roman Empire
  • Complete: World History, Part 1 Exam
  • Complete Exam: World History Practice Part 1

World History, pt. 2

Lesson material will include topics involving the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, The Reformation and The Age of Enlightenment 16 Total Points
  • Review Article: Chinese Dynasties
  • Review Article: Middle Ages
  • Review Article: Roots of the Reformation
  • Review Article: Some Theories on the Origins of Religion
  • Review Article: The Enlightenment
  • Review Article: The Renaissance Period
  • Complete: World History, Part 2 Exam
  • Complete Exam: World History Practice Part 2

World History, pt. 3

Lesson material will include topics involving the French Revolution, Central America, Eastern Europe, the Industrial Revolution, and World War 1. 17 Total Points
  • Review Article: Eastern Europe: History and Politics
  • Review Article: History of Central America
  • Review Article: Industrial Revolution
  • Review Article: The First World War
  • Review Article: The French Revolutions
  • Complete: World History, Part 3 Exam
  • Complete Exam: World History Practice Part 3

World History, pt. 4

Lesson material will include topics involving the Russian Revolution and the rise of Communism, relationships between India and Pakistan , and the impact of technology on the world. 18 Total Points
  • Review Article: World War 2
  • Complete: World History, Part 4 Exam
  • Complete Exam: World History Practice Part 4

U.S. History, pt. 1

Lesson material will include topics involving the beginning of the formation of the United States, the formation of the American government, and the development of the Declaration of Independence. 19 Total Points
  • Review Article: Declaration of Independence
  • Review Article: The Articles of Confederation
  • Review Article: The Beginnings of American Government
  • Review Article: The Constitutional Convention of 1787
  • Review Article: The Federalist Papers
  • Complete: US History, Part 1 Exam
  • Complete Exam: U.S. History Practice Part 1

U.S. History, pt. 2

Lesson material will include topics involving the beginning of U.S. domestic and foreign policy, the War of 1812, the Civil War, and the impact of the Industrial Revolution in the U.S. 16 Total Points
  • Review Article: American Civil War
  • Review Article: Causes of the Civil War
  • Review Article: Fluctuating American Domestic Policy & American Foreign Policy (1900s)
  • Review Article: Overview of the Industrial Revolution
  • Review Article: The War of 1812
  • Complete: US History, Part 2 Exam
  • Complete Exam: U.S. History Practice Part 2

U. S. History, pt. 3

Lesson material will include topics involving the United States as a world power, U.S. role in World War 1, the Suffrage Movement, the Roaring Twenties, the Stock Market Crash, and the New Deal. 17 Total Points
  • Review Article: America in World War 1
  • Review Article: The Fight for Woman's Suffrage
  • Review Article: The New Deal
  • Review Article: The Roaring Twenties
  • Review Article: The Stock Market Crash of 1929
  • Complete: US History, Part 3 Exam
  • Complete Exam: U.S. History Practice Part 3

U.S. History, pt. 4

Lesson material will include topics involving the United States in World War II, The Korean Conflict, and the Eisenhower presidency. 16 Total Points
  • Review Article: American in WWII
  • Review Article: Eisenhower's Presidency
  • Review Article: The Eisenhower Years
  • Review Article: The Korean War
  • Review Article: The US Army in WWII
  • Review Article: US involvement in the Korean War
  • Complete: US History, Part 4 Exam
  • Complete Exam: U.S. History Practice Part 4

U.S. History, pt. 5

Lesson material will include topics involving the Kennedy Presidency, the Vietnam War, the Watergate Scandal, and the end of the Twentieth Century. 16 Total Points
  • Review Article: John F. Kennedy
  • Review Article: The Kennedy Presidency
  • Review Article: The Late Twentieth Century
  • Review Article: The Vietnam War
  • Review Article: Vietnam War
  • Review Article: Watergate
  • Complete: US History, Part 5 Exam
  • Complete Exam: U.S. History Practice Part 5

THE SCIENCE TEST

This lesson will go over information and formatting details of the Science Test for the GED. 0 Total Points
  • Practice Worksheet 1: scienceexercise1.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 2: scienceexercise2.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 3: scienceexercise3.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 4: scienceexercise4.doc
  • Practice Worksheet 5: scienceexercise5.doc
  • Review Article: Practice Science Test

Life Science: Biology pt. 1

This lesson will discuss topics including: the cell, structure of the Eukaryotic animal cell, structure Of the Eukaryotic plant cell, functions of a typical cell, diffusion, active transport, protein synthesis of cells, types of reproduction, genetics, an 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Biological Classification of Organisms
  • Review Article: Cell Biology
  • Review Article: Chemical Basis of Life
  • Review Article: Energy and Human Evolution
  • Review Article: Energy Cycle in Living Things
  • Review Article: Evolution and Natural Selection
  • Review Article: Life: Levels of Organization
  • Review Article: Multicellular Organisms
  • Review Article: Natural Selection and Recombination
  • Review Article: Virtual Cell Biology
  • Review Video: How Cells Obtain Energy
  • Complete: Biology Part 1 Exam
  • Complete: Life Science: Biology Part 1 Quiz

Life Science: Biology pt. 2

Several hundred years ago, as science began to advance, scholars needed a well organized system to talk about the vast number of organisms on the planet. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Biology of Plants
  • Review Article: Classification of Organisms
  • Review Article: Classification of Plants
  • Review Article: Earth on Edge
  • Review Article: Ecosystems
  • Review Article: Natural Selection
  • Complete: Biology Part 2 Exam
  • Complete: Biology Part 2 Quiz

Chemistry, pt. 1

Just as the cell is the basic building block of life, the atom is the basic unit of matter. There are just over 100 types of atoms in the known universe, and these tiny particles combine to make all matter. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Acid-Base Chemistry
  • Review Article: Atomic Theory
  • Review Article: Different Types of Atoms
  • Review Article: Electrons
  • Review Article: Energy Changes
  • Review Article: How Atoms Work
  • Review Article: How Nuclear Power Works
  • Review Article: Nuclear Energy
  • Review Article: Oxidation and Reduction
  • Review Article: Periodic Law
  • Review Article: Periodic Table of the Elements
  • Review Article: Structure and Behavior of Matter
  • Complete: Chemistry Part 1 Quiz
  • Complete: Chemistry, Part 1 Exam

Chemistry, pt. 2

When elements combine in a chemical reaction, a new compound is formed that has properties different from the original components. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Acids, Bases, and Salts
  • Review Article: Elements and Compounds
  • Review Article: Reactants and Products
  • Review Article: Reactions and Equilibrium
  • Review Article: Six Types of Chemical Reactions
  • Complete: Chemistry Part 2 Quiz
  • Complete: Chemistry, Part 2 Exam

Physics, pt. 1

Physics is at work in your life every day. Its what keeps you from floating out into space and what keeps your car moving forward as you roll downhill. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Conservation Laws
  • Review Article: Energy
  • Review Article: Energy Transfer
  • Review Article: Magnetism
  • Review Article: Nuclear Physics
  • Review Article: Properties of Waves
  • Review Article: Reflection, Refraction and Diffusion
  • Review Article: Six Kinds of Simple Machines
  • Review Article: Sound Waves
  • Review Article: Three Laws of Motion
  • Review Article: Types of Forces
  • Review Article: Work, Energy, and Power
  • Complete: Physics Part 1 Quiz
  • Complete: Physics, Part 1 Exam

Physics, pt. 2

Heat is a type of energy that results from the movement of atoms in molecules in a substance. Heat is measured in Joules, BTUs, or Calories and it refers directly to the amount of energy. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Heat Energy
  • Review Article: Heat Transfer
  • Review Article: Photon
  • Review Article: Sonic Booms
  • Review Article: The Nature of Light
  • Review Article: Waves
  • Complete: Physics Part 2 Quiz
  • Complete: Physics, Part 2 Exam

Physics, pt. 3

Electricity is a secondary source of energy that has to be converted from another primary source, like coal, water, or solar energy. 114 Total Points
  • Review Article: Batteries
  • Review Article: Electricity
  • Review Article: How a Battery Works
  • Review Article: Hydro-Electric Power
  • Review Article: Power Production
  • Take Survey: Program Evaluation Follow-up Survey (End of Course)
  • Complete: Physics Part 3 Quiz
  • Complete: Physics, Part 3 Exam
  • Complete Exam: Science Test Review

Earth and Space Science pt. 1

Our Sun is one of billions of stars in the known universe. It is a yellow star, and it is a pretty good example of most of the known stars, with a few minor exceptions. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Atmosphere
  • Review Article: Calculating Distance
  • Review Article: Clean Air Act
  • Review Article: Continental Drifts
  • Review Article: Earth
  • Review Article: Earth's Atmosphere
  • Review Article: Energy Story
  • Review Article: Forces That Shape the Earth
  • Review Article: Galaxies
  • Review Article: Geologic Timeline
  • Review Article: Life Cycle of a Star
  • Review Article: Nine Planets
  • Review Article: Nuclear Energy
  • Review Article: Plate Tectonics
  • Review Article: Rocks
  • Review Article: Star Facts
  • Review Article: Stars
  • Review Article: Stars and Galaxies
  • Review Article: Structure of the Solar System
  • Review Article: The Earth's Surface
  • Review Article: The Oceans
  • Review Article: The Sun
  • Review Article: Types of Stars
  • Review Article: Weathering
  • Complete: Earth and Space Science Part 1 Exam
  • Complete: Earth and Space Science Part 1 Quiz

Earth and Space Science pt. 2

Paleontologists work to reconstruct the Earth's ancient history by studying fossils, the traces of past life. 25 Total Points
  • Review Article: Dating Fossils
  • Review Article: Geological Timeline
  • Review Article: Oceanography
  • Review Article: Paleontology
  • Review Article: Severe Weather Hazards
  • Review Article: Stratigraphy
  • Review Article: Water Cycle
  • Review Article: What Are Fossils?
  • Take Poll: What is your opinion of this course?
  • Complete: Earth and Space Science Part 2 Exam
  • Complete: Earth and Space Science Part 2 Quiz
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Course Title: GED Test Preparation
Course Number: 8900370
Languages: English - United States, Canada and other English speaking countries
Course Type: General Education
CEU Value: 3.7 IACET CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
CE Accreditation: Universal Class, Inc. has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
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Assessment Method: Lesson assignments and review exams
Instructor: Dana Mithaug
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Self-paced Yes
Instructor support Yes
Time to complete 6 months
No. of courses 1 course
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Includes all 500+ courses
Includes certificate Yes
Includes CEUs Yes
Self-paced Yes
Instructor support Yes
Time to complete 12 Months
No. of courses 500+
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Includes certificate Yes
Includes CEUs Yes
Self-paced Yes
Instructor support Yes
Time to complete Monthly
No. of courses 500+
 

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