Each GED® Test prep tutorial has been evaluated and officially certified by the GED Testing Service as fully content aligned to the official GED® Test. That means that not only are the skills identified in the high impact indicators covered in the tutorials, so are all of the other GED indicators. The coverage chart below details each high impact indicator and where it is covered in our GED tutorials and GED Practice Tests.
Many of the resources in the GED® Test Prep Center and the School Center were developed and leveled to directly align to the CCSS, and the CCR Standards are the basis for the latest National Reporting System (NRS) Function Level Descriptors, so those resources can be very useful in adult education centers.
Alignment maps correlate the relevant reading, writing, and math practice sets and tutorials in LearningExpress Library's GED® Test Prep Center and School Center to the EFLs.
TABE 9/10 practice tests in the GED® Test Prep Center can be used to recommend a preparation path for users based on their performance. If a user scores poorly in a particular topic, the TABE practice tests (called Skills Checks) recommend a targeted “pre-GED” level practice set in the “Build Your Basic Skills” category. The user, based on performance, is guided through the three different topic levels until hopefully, their skills are strong enough to begin preparing for the GED with our practice tests, tutorials, and eBooks. Each step of the program is detailed in the attached document.
LearningExpress is currently in the process of reviewing their entire ebook library, to ensure that resources are current and accurate. The goal over the next year is to get the majority of ebooks updated by the LearningExpress review team. Once the project is complete, and the entire ebook catalog has been eviewed, LearningExpress team will curate and maintain the ebook library as follows:
All practice exams reflect the latest official test specifications. All resources are reviewed bi-annually to ensure accuracy and currency. When a test is identified as out of sync with latest official specifications, LearningExpress removes the test and updates it accordingly. Alerts are posted on respective topic and guidance pages during the update period. If a resource is deemed to still be valid for preparation, an alert is added to both the topic and guidance pages during the transition.
The COMPASS exam is no longer administered and will be removed from LearningExpress this month.
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