What to do if you didn’t pass the GED Test

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It’s sucks if you learned for the GED® test and didn’t pass.
Obviously, you have the right to feel disappointed for a moment. But then, you need to regroup, make a new plan, and try again.

Here is what to do:

  • Take the GED Ready® test and generate your Skills to Improve Report.
  • Take the Onsego lessons indicated in the report.
  • Take all Onsego practice tests included in the subject module. There are ~200 practice test questions with correct answers and explanations. Analyze your incorrect answers.
  • Take the GED Ready test again.
  • If you get into the green zone, schedule the test.

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