Practice Social Studies Tests

 

Objectives:

        To become familiar with the formatting on the GED Social Studies test.

        To observe the type of problems one may see on a Social Studies test.

        To practice taking a Social Studies test.

        To increase knowledge and problem solving skills in the Social Studies arena.

        To increase vocabulary and reading comprehension for the GED or other educational goals.

Outcomes:

        To complete practice Social Studies tests

Warm-Up:

Before taking the practice Social Studies tests, you may want to complete the activities available on the Social Studies home page.  Click here http://www.nwlincs.org/mtlincs/pilotproject/socialstudies/socialstudiesindex.htm .

 

New Instruction:

For practice tests:

  1. Click here:  http://testpilot.isbe.net/ISBE/SS/2001_4/index.html?USER_ID=student .

  2. Click here:  http://www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/resources/online/2003/grade8/socialstudies.htm.

  3. Click here:  http://www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/resources/online/2003/grade10/socialstudies.htm.

Feedback and Review:

For trivia questions, click here http://www.triv.net/qmenu.htm.

Transfer of Knowledge or Skills:

The official practice test of the GED is sponsored by Steck Vaughn.  You must register at their site;  registration is free.  Once you register, you may take their practice GED Social Studies testClick here http://www.harcourtachieve.com/c/@RS9tvfB497YNk/Pages/userpreg.html?nocache@1+frompage@PG_556.

 

 Click here Fto return to Social Studies Homepage.