Solving GED® Word Problems is the fifth of five self-paced lessons in the “Measurement” section. This lesson introduces the problem-solving process as a systematic approach to understanding and solving GED problems. The examples in this lesson include practice in selecting only the information necessary to answer a specific question and in determining whether adequate information has been provided to find a solution. KET’s GED® Geometry Professional Development Online Course is designed to help you review and build your skills and knowledge of geometry concepts and to help you to gain confidence in preparing your learners for a substantial portion of the GED® Mathematics Test. Click on the graphic to begin Lesson 5.
NOTE: This course was created based on the 2002 GED® math test. The geometry instruction in this course is still valid, however, for up-to-date information about the 2014 GED® math test, please visit KET’s GED® Test Info: Mathematics online course.