My brother took his GED test two years ago and the way he did it is through our local public library. Many public libraries, if you go and ask, offer free GED classes several days a week usually during the evening since the majority of the participants are working class adults. The volunteers working in these programs are usually retired teachers and are pretty helpful. These volunteers will guide you through the process of studying for the test and will provide study material for you. Also, community colleges offer GED classes at a minimal fee and the pace of the classes are pretty leisure. Overall, my brother told me that the test was fairly easy. He said that the math portion of the test is not hard. It just contains basic math such as word problems, fractions, algebra and a little bit of geometry. Go to your public library and see if they offer GED classes. I'm sure you'll be fine and they can really help you out.
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