A lot of people put off getting their GED because they think it will take too much time to get ready. Their lives are busy and they think the GED tests will be hard to pass. Don’t worry. Essential Education has created a way to study that actually speeds up the process. Let me ask you this. . . do you think you could find 15 or 30 minutes to study every day, or even every couple of days?
Did you know, studying in short periods actually makes learning easier. The principle is called spaced learning. There is a lot of research showing that short study sessions of 15 to 30 minutes help the brain learn faster than a single long session.
So what days and times would work best for you? Take a minute to make a plan of when you could study on each day of the week. Maybe you’re thinking, why should I do this now? Here’s why. One of the biggest problems for most people is fitting prep time into their lives. If you take a few minutes now and plan out your study time, it will help you see that you can really fit this into your schedule.
The thing is, an hour or two of brush up each week can make a huge difference. Most people find that they move forward a lot quicker than they thought, once they try some practice problems and a few good lessons.
So, make a plan now, so you can start moving forward.
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