Hey, everyone! So, now that we’ve gone through how to write a GED essay, what’s better than to get some practice writing your own, timed GED practice essay? All you need is an essay prompt to get you started.
I found some places with essay prompts to get you going. The more you practice, the better you’ll do on the GED test!
Writing Services.org has some college application prompts. These are good, because they’re a lot like GED essay prompts. They ask you to write about yourself!
Here’s a website on the five paragraph essay that has different kinds of essay prompts for practice.
This website has narrative writing prompts… that’s prompts that ask you to tell a story! Telling a story can be a very good way to write the GED essay. Many of these ask about yourself, just like the GED prompts.
The College Board website has SAT essay writing prompts. These are also a lot like the GED essay, and so they’re good practice prompts for the GED writing test.
That should give you lots and lots of practice! Be sure to use the writing process, and go over your work yourself to see how you think you did. Getting someone else to look at your work can help, too!
Good luck on your GED!
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