8 Math Skills Students Must Be Able To Do Without A Calculator

You know that students aren’t allowed to use their calculators on the first part of the GED® Mathematical Reasoning test. But do you know what math skills that first part of the GED® test is assessing?

The new Test-taker Recommendations for Calculator-Prohibited Indicators tool explains the exact skills that are tested on this first section of the test.

Download the tool to see:

  • Which skills/indicators students are tested on in the calculator-prohibited section of the test
  • Insights into how GED® test-takers have been performing on the questions that test these skills
  • Recommendations for how students can better prepare to develop these skills

Download the tool today to help make sure your students are prepared for the GED® test.

ALSO – Don’t forget to share the GED® test Calculator Tutorial with your students so they’re comfortable using the embedded calculator on test-day. It’s a must-watch tutorial for all students taking the GED® test!  

You can access the tutorial in Spanish, or download a file to use in your corrections classroom, here.



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