Cultivate a vision for your future Whether you have earned your GED or are in the process of earning your GED, now is the time to begin cultivating a vision for the future. What do I mean by that? Cultivating a vision for the future means to begin thinking about yourself, not as a person who is struggling for a chance in life, but as a person who now has the ability to take on real purpose. Without the GED credential, you find yourself on the outside looking in. With the GED credential, you are in! So in this...
Did You Know that You Get More Financial Aid with the GED? One of the best keep secrets about getting your GED is that it makes you eligible to receive the Pell Grant - which is government funding for tuition and school expenses that you don't have to pay back like you do with loans. Click on the link below to read the article and learn more. As always, visit My Website for more information. Damon TinnonGED Teacher READ ARTICLE
One of the biggest reasons students fail to pass the GED Test is that they simply do not understand the questions. In a recent video posted to my You Tube channel (http://www.youtube.com/ilanomadvideo), I explore how this failure to understand the question happens by showing a simple math problem and then increase its difficulty by word choice. At the end of the video, you will have better understanding of how words can trip you up and be better prepared next time. Video Link: https://youtu.be/rsRi9fmQWQs
I get many questions about my online GED course. What is it like? Will you really answer my questions when I ask them. Do students really pass the test with your help? Mostly, they are questions of doubt. In response, I created an eBook of a few questions asked by real student. Link to eBook: http://beacon.by/ilanomad-publishing/questions-and-answers-from-the-online-ged-course
Knowing GED Math Vocabulary is key to passing the GED Math Test. I recently authored an eBook offering more insights into this topic. Link to eBook: http://beacon.by/ilanomad-publishing/ged-tips-that-really-work