GED Students can easily boost their GED Ready scores, by utilizing Skills To Improve Reports. These reports are published on the GED.com website when students take the GED Ready® official practice test.
The GED Ready practice test lets you know if you’re likely to pass the GED® test or if you need to spend more time on preparation.
Onsego GED Program includes 4 vouchers for the GED Ready test.
This video explains how to find and use it. if you prefer to read it, scroll down below the video to the text version.
How To Find Skills to Improve Reports
When you have taken the GED Ready test on the GED.com website, your GED Score page shows a list of skills to improve, when you connect this list with Onsego, you get personalized suggestions on what Onsego lessons you need to take to boost your score. Let’s get started and check how to do it.
My Scores Report on ged.com
First, log in to your ged.com account and click on the “My Scores” menu item. Scroll down to the “Most Recent GED Ready Practice Test Scores” section and click on the “Score Report” button.
You will be redirected to a page that shows your score. You see the heading under the first section: Link Your Study Material. Click on the link under this heading and choose Onsego from the presented list.
That’s it. Now, your skill report is customized and shows Onsego lessons that you should take to boost your score.
You can find these suggested lessons in your Onsego account. You can also create a PDF to use later.
Let’s create a PDF
Under this checklist, you will find a button: Print to take to Adult Education Center. Click on it. Instead of printing, find this option: save as PDF. Scroll down to the button: save. Now the report I saved on your computer. You can open it any time to find the Onsego lessons.
Finding Lessons From the Report in Onsego
I generated the Social Studies report, and my first item on the list says:
Study Module: Reading and Analyzing Data, Lesson: Other Visual Presentations.
So, I go to my account, click on the Social Studies menu item and look for the module: “Reading and Analyzing Data.” Then within this module, I click on the lesson: “Other Visual Presentations.”
Then, I watch the video lesson and take the quiz. Because I get a 100% score on the quiz, I go to the list’s next lesson.
I keep going until I finish all lessons included in the report. When I complete all lessons generated by the GED.com report, I take Onsego practice tests.
There are 11 practice tests, and if I get more than 70% correct answers on most of them, I go ahead and schedule the GED Ready official practice test once again.
This time my score improved by 10 points. Go ahead and try following these steps. If you have any questions or if something is not clear, get in touch with us, and we will figure it out together.