Welcome to the second part of my advice on how to correctly answer the worksheet section one in the GED exam. This section asks students to answer basic questions like: What is today’s date? What was the year number?
Your answer is going to be crucial for your high school diploma. You need to make sure that you know the correct answer so that you can avoid not passing this section. It is important to understand that every student will do some of the wrong answers so there is no one right answer. You just need to make sure that you know what you are doing.
In this chapter we are going to cover the basics of these basic questions. The first thing you need to learn is the format of the question and the type of information that are required. This will help you understand why the question is being asked and how to answer it.
One of the first things you need to do when learning how to answer these questions is to know what you are looking for. All four sections of the GED Exam require that you have answers for the four basic questions. The only difference between the different sections is that they are divided into various types of information.
The first section of the exam asks for information on every different types of information you will need to know. These sections are GED All Levels and the GED Core Content Areas. In the GED All Levels you must have answers for questions like: Where was the sun during the year 1700? Where was the earth when it was discovered by a man?
Chapter two dealt with studying and the second chapter is the Core Content Areas. These are actually the first four of eight questions, the students will be required to answer. You need to know these because they have different formats and you must be able to apply what you learn here. Some of the questions require you to type in specific information and others will ask you to read it off of a piece of paper.
The next section is GED All Levels (GENERIC) and the third section is GED Core Content Areas (GCD). These are the last four of eight questions, the students will be required to answer. If you are looking for examples of each of these questions you can visit my site and find a link for the questions. There are also two books you can purchase that will give you examples of all of the GED sections.
As you can see, knowing these basic principles will help you pass your GED test with flying colors and get your high school diploma. It is also important to remember that the exam is entirely different from your high school days and you will have to adapt your skills to succeed.