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Do you feel mentally blocked when it comes to Algebra, Equations, Statistics etc? You worked very hard taking down notes and spent countless hours perusing the books in the library, and yet, you aren’t quite sure about your performance and results.
Let’s face it. If you are not able to crack the mathematics codes, it’s going to be a tough ride in GED test. Just like a growing number of students, if you’ve watched yourself struggling with math; if all that extra study in the world doesn’t seem to help, you need something special.
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Day 1 to 13: We’ll cover all the topics related to Number, Algebra, Geometry, Equations and Functions, Data and Statistics
Day 14: Practical exam to refine your skills.
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|Section 1: Introduction and Prerequisites-TAKE THIS BEFORE STARTING THE COURSE|
|Lecture 3||3 pages|
|This is a quiz to check that you meet the course requirements in order to take the course on GED Math. I recommend that in order to take this course you are able to answer at least 90% of these questions correctly. If you are unable to do so I recommend that you DO NOT take the course. You will not have the prerequisite skills to be successful.|
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|Section 2: Day 1 & 2- Number Part 1|
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
In this video for the GED Math course we will cover techniques to multiply and divide decimals.
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
Number Part 1 Quiz
|Section 3: Day 3 & 4- Number Part 2|
Percentage to decimals and fractions
Powers and Roots
Number Part 2
|Section 4: Day 5 & 6- Statistics and Probability|
Mean, Median and Mode
Bar Graphs (histograms) and Line Graphs
Tables and Pictographs
Permutations and Combinations
Statistics and Probability
|Section 5: Day 7 & 8- Algebraic Expressions|
Positive and Negative Numbers
Writing Out Algebraic Expressions
Attempt section a to start of with. The rest of this worksheet will be completed in the next section.
Expanding Single Brackets
Expanding Double Brackets
|Section 6: Day 9 &10- Equations and Functions|
Drawing a Straight Line Graph
Systems of Linear Equations
Functions and Sequences
Equations and Functions
|Section 7: Day 11 & 12- Geometry|
Angles In a Triangle
Area and Perimeter
Area of Circles
Circumference of Circles
Volume and Surface Area
|Section 8: Day 13 Revision|
|Section 9: Day 14 Practice Test|
|Quiz 7||5 questions|
Please time your self using this. You are allowed 15 mins for this short section and calculator is not allowed.
|Quiz 8||15 questions|
This section is calculator allowed so make sure you have one to hand. This section contains 15 questions.
It is half the length of the real GED.
If you get stuck move on. If you done know how to do a questions within one minute of reading it then it is likely you will not know so don't waste your time. Follow my 1min rule.
Again make sure you time yourself.
|Section 10: BONUS!|
Review and Feedback
I am a Maths and Physics Tutor from London, UK. I have been tutoring students to pass national exams for 3 years and have tutored students to pass the GED exam. I am currently a Physics teacher at a school in outer London. I believe in making things as easy as I can for the student and endeavour to explain things in the simplest way possible.
"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"