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What is required to get a great score on the GED Most students believe staying up late, studying for hours and stressing is necessaryTutorNerds partner with an expert GED tutors and create strategic test prep plans to boost GED resultsYou will master all GED sections starting from the ones you need the most help with by getting individually matched with an ideal GED expert. You tutor will introduce you to exam content and exam strategies to avoid tricks from exam writers, throughout the prep process This is why our test prep is effective and stress-free for already busy students
Stressed about earning the right score for college admissions?
High school students must earn great SAT or ACT scores to be admitted to the majority of schools Competitive students would still take the SAT even though some schools have made the SAT unnecessary. You must achieve a great result in order to stand out However, having an elite SAT score entails more than just staying up late reviewing practice booksTop students prepare for exams by studying test material such as grammar, algebra, vocabulary, and literacy skills They do, however, practice for popular SAT tricks as wellPracticing for material and exam techniques is something a good instructor can teach you in the most effective and realistic manner possible
Why our test prep produces results
Most students put off learning for far too long – even until the last minute before the exam Learning is exhaustingYou can be uncertain where and how to startAnd even if you try to learn the material, it may be dull and overwhelmingThat's a place where a TutorNerds SAT professor will make a real difference.We'll match you with an SAT tutor who is both educated and skilled.After establishing a benchmark for you, your coach will prioritize most critical areas of development.You will collaborate and carry out a straightforward research schedule that will assist you in achieving success without overloading or stressing yourself out. In the way, the teacher will demonstrate how the SAT attempts to trick you – and how you can avoid falling for such tricks during the actual test
How our test prep works
DETERMINE BASELINE & GOALS
First we establish your baseline score, either through a prior test or a new practice test. We’ll also discuss your admissions plan and timeline.
ESTABLISH A PLAN AND START PREPARING
Next, we’ll create a plan and your tutor will implement it with you. Sessions will occur regularly (with the same tutor) that take the stress out of the prep process while boosting your score.
MAKE SURE YOU’RE ON TRACK:
Once every few weeks we will reevaluate your progress and refine the study plan and tutoring to improve weak areas.
A Typical Test Prep session
Your tutor will review any prior “homework” with you, noting any errors so you recognize and avoid them in the future.
Your tutor will teach you the academic concepts covered by the exam. These might include math, science, reading comprehension, grammar, writing, etc.
It’s not enough to just learn content. Successful students understand how to recognize “patterns” in questions and avoid getting tricked.
You’ll learn how to combine content and strategy to tackle any question on the exam.
Your tutor will assign specific sections of the exam based on your session, and full-length exams (less often) to make you familiar with the test-taking environment.
Online and In-Person Tutoring
Online tutoring occurs via our convenient online lesson space. This is private tutoring (in real-time) just like having an in-person session—but it occurs remotely! Our online lesson space is easy to use and requires NO extra software. All the tools and features you need are built in: a virtual whiteboard, a text editor, a code editor, screen sharing, file sharing, and more. Both you and your tutor can use the tools simultaneously in real time, so it's just like you were sitting together at a desk!
Our in-person tutoring occurs at your home or at a convenient location. You can choose any productive study space near you such as a library or coffee shop. We'll schedule a session at a time and place that's ideal for you, and your tutor will commute to you! No more driving to a test prep center just to do a bunch of boring worksheets!
Common Challenges with the GED
The General Education Development (GED) examination consists of four subject assessments that provide certification that the test taker has high school-level academic abilities in the United States. The test evaluates students' understanding of mathematical reasoning, social studies, science, and language arts reasoning. The GED system is particularly complex, lasting about seven hours, and is often taken by students who plan to pursue professional or academic careers before graduation, or by those who did not receive a high school diploma at a younger age. By working with TutorNerds, you will be introduced to the best GED training available. Our experts personalize the program and share their expertise on how to prepare and how to avoid tricks of the GED.
How to get the best GED tutor near you
With young students who take GED, it's important to partner with a tutor who can explain these concepts in a way students can understand. The tutor needs to know the material, but also has to have experience working with young students in particular. It all comes down to experience: Has the tutor produced good results with GED students before. That's why students get results from TutorNerd: Our tutors make difficult concepts easy to understand (check out all our five-star reviews). The way we ensure the success of our students is that we individually hire our GED tutors. That's why we guarantee our services: If you don't love your GED tutor, you don't pay.
Our Online Tutoring Subjects
GED Topics Tutored:
- Basic math and algebra, geometry, graphs, and functions
- Reading for meaning
- Identifying and creating arguments
- Grammar and language
- Reading for meaning in social studies
- Analyzing historical events and arguments in social studies
- Using numbers and graphs in social studies
- Reading for meaning in science
- Designing and interpreting science experiments
- Using numbers and graphics in science