there are many books that can help you refresh your memory the only ged test i took that was difficult was writing the essay just remember the format Opening paragraph 3 supporting paragraphs and a closing paragraph GOOD LUCK!!
If you study throughly and hard it all will come back to you when you take a test. Take a day or two read again what you already learn from school and try to remember as much as you can and relax. Read and understand the question before you answers. Good luck and have fun
Taking a multiple choice or "standardized" test is much like betting with a bookie. It's all about the odds. I'm not certain for the GED but, for the SAT for college, one is penalized more for a wrong answer than for an unanswered question. So, for example if you have 5 possible answers for a particular question on a standardized test and you are able to rule out 3 of the 5 answers, it's probably a good decision to guess at the answer. In that case it's 50/50 odds but if you have no idea at all, it's probably better to leave it blank. What I'm trying to say is it's just as important to know how to take standardized tests as it is to study the material you will be tested on. You can find free GED practice tests online and see what specific areas you need to study harder. I know 2 young men who took and passed the GED without preparing at all but I wouldn't recommend this technique (or lack thereof.) Best of luck, you can do it!