Presentation on theme: "Graphs, Charts, and Tables."— Presentation transcript:
1Graphs, Charts, and Tables. One out of four questions on the GED test relates to a graph, chart, or table.Understanding these questions will have the added benefit of helping students in social studies and science.
2Arithmetic About 20% of the questions are arithmetic questions More than half of these are multi-step questionsMost students do not take these questions to completion
3Geometry. Geometry questions make up around 12% of the test. Being able to manipulate formulas is a required skill.Remember to use the formulas page provided on the test.
4Percentages. About 10% of the questions are percent questions. Remember to use the percentages formula.Part\Whole=%\100)
5Algebra. 11% of the questions are algebra questions. Algebra questions include: order of operations equations word problems
6Probability\Statistics. Around 6% of the questions are statistics or probability questions.This includes mean, median, mode, and range questions.
7Substitution. Almost 5% of the questions are substitution questions. Do not be fooled by the words-focus on inserting the numbers in the correct place.
8Ratio and proportion.About 4% of the questions are proportion questions.Remember to be consistent with your proportions.
9Test taking tips. Eliminate obviously wrong answers. Never leave an answer blank.Try to see if your answer is “reasonable”Remember: you don’t have to get every question correct.