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  1. 1Understanding Integers
    1. 1.1Place values
    2. 1.2Comparing and ordering numbers
    3. 1.3Rounding numbers
  2. 2Adding and Subtracting Integers
    1. 2.1Introduction to integer addition
    2. 2.2Adding integers
    3. 2.3Introduction to integer subtraction
    4. 2.4Subtracting integers
    5. 2.5Application of integer operations
  3. 3Multiplying and Dividing Integers
    1. 3.1Understanding integer multiplication
    2. 3.2Multiplying integers
    3. 3.3Understanding integer division
    4. 3.4Dividing integers
    5. 3.5Applications of integer operations
  4. 4Introduction to Variables and Expressions
    1. 4.1Evaluating algebraic expressions
  5. 5Number Theory
    1. 5.1Divisibility Rules
    2. 5.2Prime factorization
    3. 5.3Determining common factors
    4. 5.4Determining common multiples
    5. 5.5Introduction to exponents
    6. 5.6Greatest Common Factors (GCF)
    7. 5.7Least Common Multiple (LCM)
  6. 6Adding and Subtracting Fractions
    1. 6.1Using models to add and subtract fractions
    2. 6.2Adding fractions with like denominators
    3. 6.3Subtracting fractions with like denominators
    4. 6.4Adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators
    5. 6.5Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
  7. 7Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
    1. 7.1Multiplying fractions and whole numbers
    2. 7.2Dividing fractions with whole numbers
    3. 7.3Multiplying proper fractions
    4. 7.4Multiplying improper fractions and mixed numbers
    5. 7.5Dividing fractions and mixed numbers
    6. 7.6Applications of fraction operations
  8. 8Operation with Decimals
    1. 8.1Adding and subtracting decimals
    2. 8.2Multiplying decimals
    3. 8.3Dividing decimals
    4. 8.4Order of operations (PEMDAS)
  9. 9Number System and Pattern
    1. 9.1Understanding the number systems
    2. 9.2Rational vs. Irrational numbers
    3. 9.3Converting repeating decimals to fractions
  10. 10Ratios, Rates, and Proportions
    1. 10.1Ratios
    2. 10.2Rates
    3. 10.3Proportions
  11. 11Percents
    1. 11.1Representing percents
    2. 11.2Percents, fractions, and decimals
    3. 11.3Percent of a number
    4. 11.4Adding and multiplying percents
    5. 11.5Taxes, discounts, tips and more
    6. 11.6Simple interest
  12. 12Solving One- and Two- Step Equations
    1. 12.1Model and solve one-step linear equations: ax = b, x/a = b
    2. 12.2Solving two-step linear equations using addition and subtraction: ax + b = c
    3. 12.3Solving two-step linear equations using multiplication and division: x/a + b = c
    4. 12.4Solving two-step linear equations using distributive property: a(x + b) = c
  13. 13Solving Multi-Step Equations
    1. 13.1Solving linear equations using multiplication and division
    2. 13.2Solving two-step linear equations: ax + b = c, x/a + b = c
    3. 13.3Solving linear equations using distributive property: a(x + b) = c
    4. 13.4Solving linear equations with variables on both sides
    5. 13.5Solving literal equations
  14. 14Linear Inequalities
    1. 14.1Express linear inequalities graphically and algebraically
    2. 14.2Solving one-step linear inequalities
    3. 14.3Solving multi-step linear inequalities
    4. 14.4Compound inequalities
  15. 15Pythagorean Theorem
    1. 15.1Squares and square roots
    2. 15.2Pythagorean theorem
    3. 15.3Estimating square roots
    4. 15.4Using the pythagorean relationship
    5. 15.5Applications of pythagorean theorem
  16. 16Radicals
    1. 16.1Square and square roots
    2. 16.2Cubic and cube roots
    3. 16.3Evaluating and simplifying radicals
    4. 16.4Converting radicals to mixed radicals
    5. 16.5Converting radicals to entire radicals
    6. 16.6Adding and subtracting radicals
    7. 16.7Multiplying and dividing radicals
    8. 16.8Rationalize the denominator
  17. 17Exponents
    1. 17.1Product rule of exponents
    2. 17.2Quotient rule of exponents
    3. 17.3Power of a product rule
    4. 17.4Power of a quotient rule
    5. 17.5Power of a power rule
    6. 17.6Negative exponent rule
    7. 17.7Combining the exponent rules
    8. 17.8Scientific notation
    9. 17.9Convert between radicals and rational exponents
    10. 17.10Solving for exponents
  18. 18Introduction to Relations and Functions
    1. 18.1Relationship between two variables
    2. 18.2Understand relations between x- and y-intercepts
    3. 18.3Domain and range of a function
    4. 18.4Identifying functions
    5. 18.5Function notation
  19. 19Linear Functions
    1. 19.1Distance formula: d=(x2x1)2+(y2y1)2d = \sqrt{(x_2-x_1)^2+(y_2-y_1)^2}
    2. 19.2Midpoint formula: M=(x1+x22,y1+y22)M = ( \frac{x_1+x_2}2 ,\frac{y_1+y_2}2)
    3. 19.3Slope equation: m=y2y1x2x1m = \frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2- x_1}
    4. 19.4Slope intercept form: y = mx + b
    5. 19.5General form: Ax + By + C = 0
    6. 19.6Point-slope form: yy1=m(xx1)y - y_1 = m (x - x_1)
    7. 19.7Rate of change
    8. 19.8Graphing linear functions using table of values
    9. 19.9Graphing linear functions using x- and y-intercepts
    10. 19.10Graphing from slope-intercept form y=mx+b
    11. 19.11Graphing linear functions using a single point and slope
    12. 19.12Word problems of graphing linear functions
    13. 19.13Parallel and perpendicular lines in linear functions
    14. 19.14Applications of linear relations
  20. 20Solving Linear Systems
    1. 20.1Determining number of solutions to linear equations
    2. 20.2Solving systems of linear equations by graphing
    3. 20.3Using elimination method to solve systems of equations
    4. 20.4Using substitution method to solve systems of equations
    5. 20.5Money related questions in linear equations
    6. 20.6Unknown number related questions in linear equations
    7. 20.7Distance and time related questions in linear equations
    8. 20.8Rectangular shape related questions in linear equations
  21. 21Operations of Polynomials
    1. 21.1What is a polynomial?
    2. 21.2Polynomial components
    3. 21.3Multiplying monomial by monomial
    4. 21.4Multiplying monomial by binomial
    5. 21.5Multiplying binomial by binomial
    6. 21.6Multiplying polynomial by polynomial
    7. 21.7Applications of polynomials
  22. 22Factoring Polynomials
    1. 22.1Factor by taking out the greatest common factor
    2. 22.2Factor by grouping
    3. 22.3Factoring difference of squares: x^2 - y^2
    4. 22.4Factoring trinomials
    5. 22.5Factoring Difference of Cubes
    6. 22.6Factoring Sum of Cubes
  23. 23Rational Expressions
    1. 23.1Simplifying rational expressions and restrictions
    2. 23.2Adding and subtracting rational expressions
    3. 23.3Multiplying rational expressions
    4. 23.4Dividing rational expressions
    5. 23.5Solving rational equations
    6. 23.6Applications of rational equations
    7. 23.7Simplifying complex fractions
    8. 23.8Partial Fraction Decomposition
  24. 24Reciprocal Functions
    1. 24.1Graphing reciprocals of linear functions
    2. 24.2Graphing reciprocals of quadratic functions
  25. 25Quadratic Functions
    1. 25.1Introduction to quadratic functions
    2. 25.2Transformations of quadratic functions
    3. 25.3Quadratic function in general form: y = ax^2 + bx + c
    4. 25.4Quadratic function in vertex form: y = a(x-p)^2 + q
    5. 25.5Completing the square
    6. 25.6Converting from general to vertex form by completing the square
    7. 25.7Shortcut: Vertex formula
    8. 25.8Graphing quadratic functions: General form VS. Vertex form
    9. 25.9Finding the quadratic functions for given parabolas
    10. 25.10Applications of quadratic functions
  26. 26Solving Quadratic Equations
    1. 26.1Solving quadratic equations by factoring
    2. 26.2Solving quadratic equations by completing the square
    3. 26.3Using quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations
  27. 27Symmetry and Surface Area
    1. 27.1Line symmetry
    2. 27.2Rotational symmetry and transformations
    3. 27.3Surface area of 3-dimensional shapes
  28. 28Scale Factors and Similarity
    1. 28.1Enlargements and reductions with scale factors
    2. 28.2Scale diagrams
    3. 28.3Similar triangles
    4. 28.4Similar polygons
  29. 29Angles, Lines, and Transversals
    1. 29.1Pairs of lines and angles
    2. 29.2Parallel lines and transversals
    3. 29.3Parallel line proofs
    4. 29.4Perpendicular line proofs
  30. 30Properties of Triangles
    1. 30.1Classifying triangles
    2. 30.2Isosceles and equilateral triangles
  31. 31Circles
    1. 31.1Circle and circumference
    2. 31.2Angles in a circle
    3. 31.3Arcs of a circle
    4. 31.4Areas and sectors of circles
  32. 32Measuring Systems
    1. 32.1Metric systems
    2. 32.2Imperial systems
    3. 32.3Conversions between metric and imperial systems
    4. 32.4Conversions involve squares and cubic
  33. 33Surface Area and Volume
    1. 33.1Surface area and volume of prisms
    2. 33.2Surface area and volume of pyramids
    3. 33.3Surface area and volume of cylinders
    4. 33.4Surface area and volume of cones
    5. 33.5Surface area and volume of spheres
  34. 34Introduction to Probability
    1. 34.1Introduction to probability
    2. 34.2Organizing outcomes
    3. 34.3Probability of independent events
    4. 34.4Comparing experimental and theoretical probability
  35. 35Statistics
    1. 35.1Median and mode
    2. 35.2Mean
    3. 35.3Range and outliers
    4. 35.4Application of averages
  36. 36Data and Graphs
    1. 36.1Reading and drawing bar graphs
    2. 36.2Reading and drawing histograms
    3. 36.3Reading and drawing line graphs
    4. 36.4Box-and-whisker plots and scatter plots
    5. 36.5Reading and drawing Venn diagrams
    6. 36.6Stem-and-leaf plots
    7. 36.7Frequency tables and dot plots
  • How should I prepare for my GED test with StudyPug?

    You can first test yourself with the GED practice test to see which areas and topics you need to focus more on. Then, watch our ged prep classes and work on the practice questions for review and better understanding. Keep repeating the cycle until you are confident with all testing materials: practice ged test → learn from our video lessons and work on practice questions on topics you have trouble with → practice ged test.

  • What is the ged passing score?

    The test has four sections: Mathematical Reasoning, Science, Reasoning through Language Arts, and Social Studies. To receive a GED certificate, you must score at least 145 out of 200 points on each of the four sections. For those in Canada, to get an Ontario High School Equivalency Certificate, a passing score is 450 out of 800 on each section.

  • Are calculators allowed during the GED test?

    Yes, but only the TI-30XS Multiview Scientific Calculator is allowed. There will be an on-screen calculator available for all test-takers too. In Canada, you are not allowed to use your own personal calculator; however, you will be provided with a calculator (Casio fx-260) during the test.

  • How long are the GED tests?

    The whole test is seven and a half hours long. For the Mathematical Reasoning section, the test is 115 minutes long.

  • What kinds of questions should I expect to see in the test?

    There are seven different types of questions: Extended response, Drag-and-drop, Drop-down, Fill-in-the-blank, Hot spot, Multiple-choice, and Short answer. All tests are administered on computers (offline).

  • Where can I take the GED test in Canada?

    For those who are in Canada, you can check out with the Independent Learning Centre (ILC), the sole provider of the GED testing program in Ontario. In Canada, you can take the test in either English or French.

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