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GED® Testing Info - GED® Test Preparation Resources



ACENET-GED® Overview
The American Council of Education provides resources on preparing for the GED® test, sample GED® test questions, and information on locating previous GED® test scores. The site also provides information about interpreting GED® test scores and locating local GED® testing centers.
http://www.acenet.edu/AM/Template.cfm?Section=GEDTS
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Constitution Study Guide
This website is written for adult GED® students in Illinois, who will be required to take a Constitution test prepared by the State of Illinois. It presents information about the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, the Illinois Constitution, and the U.S. flag. The GED® Constitution test includes questions about all of these documents.
http://abe.swic.edu/constitution
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Steck-Vaughn GED® Practice Test
Gedpractice.com is a free service provided by Steck-Vaughn to familiarize you with the types of items you will see on the actual GED® Test. By answering GED® practice questions and getting feedback, you will develop a feel for the kind of reading, thinking, and problem-solving skills you will need to pass the GED® Test.
http://www.gedpractice.com/
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