How do you get the answer to a question out of a big, long text, without spending a lot of time reading every word? It’s called skimming and scanning. The short definition: running your eyes quickly over words to find information.
The GED means a lot of reading! You need to read passages about science and social science, plus the reading section. So it helps to be able to get the information you need fast. That’s where “skimming” and “scanning” come in. They’re both ways to get information when you’re reading.
Carlo writes: Hi Maria. I got a question. On the GED Test I had a couple of questions that I didn’t understand. Could you help me with these questions. I will type the poem and questions. Thank What Are the Fish At The Aquarium? At the Aquarium SERENE the silver fishes glide, Stern-lipped, and pale, [...]
Hi everyone! I got a comment from Carlo with a good question. He asks: How do you figure out Business Documents on the GED Reading Test?
Hola, everyone! Hope the GED studying is going well. Here’s a comment from Sunflower on one of my blog posts, and I wanted to write some about it: when I see a paragraph like this I get scared I feel like its to many words on the page can anyone give me suggestion on reading [...]
For the GED, it’s important not just to take practice questions, but to think about how to answer GED questions. That’s why I’m taking some GED practice questions in reading from this site: http://www.studyguidezone.com/ged_reading.htm, and explaining how I thought them through to come up with the answers.