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Kuepa’s GED test preparation course is designed to help students who speak English as a second language succeed on the GED test. Courses include video lessons, written guides, vocabulary lists, and practice exercises that use examples similar to what is on the test. Additional materials are included in Spanish for extra practice.

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  1. Interpret Diagrams: Monarchies; Writers and Philosophers
  2. Interpret the Constitution
  3. Summarize: Restating in Your Words: Magna Carta
  4. Comapring and Contrasting: Reconstruction Period
  5. Charts, Graphs and Flow Charts: Industrial Revolution
  6. Make Inferences: World War I – Woodrow Wilson
  7. Interpret Political Cartoons:Prohibition; Stock Market Crash
  8. Draw Conclusions: Restructuring Congress
  9. Determine Point of View: The United Nations
  10. Analyze Information Sources
  11. Generalize: Who Can Declare War?
  12. Identify Problem and Solution: The Wilderness Act of 1964
  13. Special Purpose Maps
  14. Fact and Opinion: Vice President Debate Joe Biden; Keeping the Electoral College System
  15. Faulty Logic or Reasoning: Gender Discrimmination; Gun Laws
  16. Evalute Information: Kerry vs Bush on Domestic Issues
  17. Analyze Effectiveness of Arguments: Bill Clinton’s Democratic National Convention Speech, 2012
  1. Understand Scientific Theories: Theory of Continental Drift, Cosmic Background Radiation, Plate Tectonic Theory
  2. Summarize Complex Material: How Stars Die, Elements Produced by Stars
  3. Understand Patterns In Science: Seasons; Constellations
  4. Interpret Three-Dimensional Diagrams: Layers of the Earth; Volcanoes
  5. Apply Science Concepts: Water cycle
  6. Express Scientific Information: Numerically- Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Using Text- Layers of the Atmosphere
  7. Identify Problem and Solution: Hurricane Sandy
  8. Analyze and Present Arguments: Climate Change; To Drill or not to Drill
  1. Understand Economics: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  2. Multiple Causes and Effects: Supply and Demand
  3. Compare and Contrast Visuals: Credit, Savings, Personal Income
  4. Interpret Pictographs: Specialization; Value of Trade Goods
  5. Interpret Multi-Bar and Line Graphs
  1. Understanding Geogrpahy: Maps,and Globes
  2. Understanding Map Components: longitude, latitude, scales, map keys
  3. Physical Maps
  4. Political Maps: Population Density,and Borders: Identify Symbols, Use Legends
  5. Movement on Maps: The Silk Road
  1. Nouns
  2. Pronouns
  3. Basic Verb Tenses
  4. Verbs with Helping Verbs
  5. Apostrophes
  6. Frequently Confused Words
  7. Basic Subject-Verb Agreement
  8. Using Standard English
  9. Capitalization
  10. Sentence Fragments
  11. Commas, Semi colons and colons
  12. Run-on Sentence Correction
  13. Modifiers
  14. Parallelism: Keeping things consistent
  15. Transitions
  16. Punctuation: Parentheses, hyphens, quotations marks
  1. Interpret Illustrations:Meiosis
  2. Identify Main Idea and Details:Endocrine System
  3. Interpret Tables: Macronutrients and Micronutrients
  4. Identify Cause and Effect: Homeostasis
  5. Interpret Graphs and Maps: Impact of Plagues
  6. Interpret Diagrams: Deep Ocean Ecosystem
  7. Categorize and Classify: Relationships among Living Things
  8. Generalize: Nonliving Features of Ecosystems
  9. Compare and Contrast: Invasive Plans Versus Native Plants
  10. Relate Text and Visuals: Replication of DNA Through Mitosis
  11. Understand Content-Based Tools: Genotype, Phenotype, and Freckels
  12. Use Context Clues: Environment and Gene Expression
  13. Understand Scientific Evidence: Value of the Fossil Record
  14. Making and Identifying Inferences: Eyes in Burrowing Animals
  15. Draw Conclusions: Climate and Adaptation
  1. Whole Numbers
  2. Operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
  3. Integers
  4. Fractions
  5. Ratios and Proportions
  6. Decimals
  7. Percent
  8. Measurment and Units of Measure
  9. Length, Area and Volume
  10. Mean, Median and Mode
  11. Probability
  12. Bar and Line Graphs
  13. Circle Graphs
  14. Dot Plots, Histograms, and Box Plots
  15. Algebraic Expressions and Variables
  16. Equations
  17. Squaring, Cubing and Taking Square Roots
  18. Exponents and Scientific Notation
  19. Patterns and Functions
  20. One-Variable Linear Equations
  21. Two-Variable Linear Equations
  22. Factoring
  23. Rational Expressions and Equations
  24. Solving and Graphing Inequalities
  25. The Coordinate Grid
  26. Graphing Linear Equations
  27. Slope
  28. Using Slope to Solve Geometric Problems
  29. Graphing Quadratic Equations
  30. Evaluating Functions
  31. Comparing Functions
  32. Triangles and Quadrilaterals
  33. Pythagorean Theorem
  34. Polygons
  35. Cirlces
  36. Composite Plane Figures
  37. Scale Drawings
  38. Prisms and Cylinders
  39. Pyramids, Cones and Spheres
  1. Relate Geography and History: The Great Migration
  2. Interpret Tables: Population and Comparison Tables
  3. Main Ideas and Details in Tables and Passages:The War Between Britain and its Colonies (Revolutionary War)
  4. Categorize Information:Federalists and the Anti-Federalists
  5. Sequence: Dates, Events and Chronology- The War of 1812
  6. Cause and Effect: The Civil War
  7. Interpret Timelines: Women’s Suffrage, Jim Crow Period
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