The 2014 series of the GED® is aligned with the Common Core State Standards and delivered in a computer-based format only.

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General GED

  • GED In Session Newsletter: Stay informed about the changes for the 2014 GED® test by reading the newsletter.
  • GED Study Guides: This guide explains the skills that are covered in the GED® and contains sample questions.
  • GED Testing Service: The GED® testing program is the only high school equivalency credential recognized by all 50 states.
  • Spanish Products: These products are for learners who plan to take the  GED® in Spanish.
  • Spanish GED365: This site gives information about the 2014 GED® test in Spanish.

Study Aids

  • Free Online Learning at The freedom to learn what you want, when you want, absolutely free!
  • Videos: The, the official creator of the GED® Tests, has released a series of videos that answer frequently asked questions about the GED® testing process.
  • Khan Academy Math Videos: The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere. There are 1200+ videos on YouTube covering everything from basic arithmetic and algebra to differential equations, physics, chemistry, biology and finance, recorded by Salman Khan. We have selected several instructional math videos that will help prepare you for passing the GED® Tests. To access all of the Khan Academy videos.

Typing Skills

  • (NEW) Touch Typing Study: Touch Typing Study is a free, user-friendly learning website that is designed to help you learn, practice and improve your typing speed and accuracy.
  • Excel tutorial: Over 300 free examples.
  • actden (Digital Education Network): A site with numerous interactive tutorials for software such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Basic Computer Skills Curriculum: On this site, you will find lesson modules covering basic computer skills.
  • Goodtyping: This program provides 27 graduated lessons designed to help students learn to use their entire keyboard correctly. Registration is required. This site allows users to select from several different languages.
  • Internet4Classrooms: This site provides links for different typing resources as well technology lesson plans.
  • Keyboarding Skills: Improve or Maintain Computer Keyboarding Skills
  • This fun typing test checks speed and accuracy using nonsense words.
  • Laptop Language: Keyboarding: This website provides many online lessons on keyboarding skills.
  • Learn 2 Type: Offers free online typing lessons and tests. Registration is required.
  • Mousercise!: This site will help students develop coordination using a mouse.
  • Palm Beach county Library System. Mousing Around: This program provides practice for using the mouse, such as clicking and dragging skills.
  • TypingWeb: TypingWeb is a free online typing tutor and keyboarding tutorial for all skill levels. The site includes entertaining typing games and tests and will track a student’s progress.