GEDeducare supports students from the ages of 13, using this Academic Curricula learning program. require a tutor/invigilator/parent to grade the students tasks to aid with their learning experience!
Students progress from GEDeducare to GEDonline - providing the student is able to work independently-meaning without
help from a tutor for about 3-4 hours per day.
We encourage the more mature student (age 16/17<) that work independently to use The GED-online Academy learning application to pass their GED®!
*PDF Course Books and Task Books now available with the Tutor & Parent login. Here Tutors will find information regarding their term schedules and exam schedules. School terms: http://www.schoolterms.co.za/2016.html
Tutor login: The login can be requested from email@example.com
Parent login: The login can be requested from firstname.lastname@example.org
High school students can join The GEDeducare Academy and is ideal for students with learning disabilities such as ADHD/ADD or Dyslexia.
* The content were especially selected from multiple sources to give the GEDeducare student a good foundation when using this learning application. To avoid plagiarism, each site used has been carefully referenced/acknowledged. A full list of references can be found either beneath each activity and or under the 'citing internet sources' topic of each subject.
See also:how to use Google tools for Citation and doing Research on the Internet. New innovations to Google Apps for Education make it easy and convenient for students to search for material that is, "free to use, share, or modify, even commercially".
Reminder: The GED Math examinations are Multiple Choice Questions!
For students using a laptop or computer, use Chrome as your browser. Students using a tablet; Puffin browser. Ensure you have Adobe Flash Player loaded! This will ensure you don't have any issues with the program.
Find us at gededucare.co.za or Send your query with childs name&surname&age to: email@example.com
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You could also ask to join the Facebook group st: SA Home Schoolers doing American SAT and GED School leaving Certificate
Students new to the Academy can now watch the introduction video! Each Tutorial has a task that needs to be completed and submitted to the academy! The tests are done online once the student feels confident about their knowledge of the course content.
We encourage students to go to math4ged.com or https://www.udemy.com/ged-math-in-just-2-weeks/ for additional help with math!
The GED® Mathematical Reasoning Test focuses on two major content areas: quantitative problem solving and algebraic problem solving.
Given these priorities, the GED® Mathematical Reasoning Test adheres to the following parameters:
Approximately 45 percent of the content in the test focuses on quantitative problem solving, and approximately 55 percent focuses on algebraic problem solving.
The test includes items that test procedural skill and fluency as well as problem solving.
The contexts within which problem solving skills are measured were taken from both academic and workforce contexts.
Approximately 50 percent of the items are written to a Depth of Knowledge cognitive complexity level of 2.
Approximately 30 percent of the items are aligned to a Mathematical Practice standard in addition to a content indicator.
The statistics and data interpretation standards are also measured in the GED® Social Studies and Science Tests.
Candidates are provided with an on-screen calculator, the Texas Instruments TI-30XS Multiview scientific calculator, for use on most of the items on the 2014 GED® Mathematics Test. They are also given a calculator and reference sheet.
As of Friday, February 21, 2014, the standard time allowance on the GED® test - Mathematical Reasoning was increased by 25 minutes.
The time allowance for GED Ready™ - Mathematical Reasoning was also increased by 13 minutes.
Students who took either of these tests before February 21 received an email from GED Testing Service with instructions for receiving a free retake.
Patterns are a simpler mathematical application, and involve detecting and foretelling a sequence of figures accurately. Functions and Algebra are frequently paired together, as high school students typically learn about functions as part of their Pre-Algebra curriculum. Functions are a type of equation that seek to assess how two numbers connect based on a given variable. Variables are a distinct part of Algebra, which can be defined as a mathematical system driven by variables, equations, and numeric associations.
The Number Operations and Number Sense section of the Mathematical Reasoning test evaluates how well you can identify the numbers you see, and how well you can solve basic arithmetic problems. For the latter, you’ll have to utilize division, addition, multiplication, and subtraction. With the former, you’ll be expected to demonstrate that you know what numbers mean when you see them—what they’re for, how much they’re worth, and how different numbers compare with each other. This knowledge category is the simplest subject you’ll find on this part of the exam.
Statistics represents the mathematical process used for making logical predictions based on the numbers involved. It goes hand in hand with Probability, which is used to predict the frequency of a given event. Data analysis is exactly as it says on the tin—your ability to interpret numerical data presented to you.
Geometry deals with the study and calculation of shapes. With Geometry-based questions, you’ll find subject matter related to angles, points, and much more. Measurement involves Geometry on a three-dimensional basis, and will likely ask you to find quantities such as perimeters, areas, distances, and volumes, among other things. Here is where you’ll likely have to refer to your formula sheet quite a bit, as well as do some drawing to get to your answers.
While this study guide isn’t 100 percent comprehensive, we hope it will be of great help to you as you prepare for this important next step in your academic and/or professional careers.
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