This is where you learn about the various types of test items you can expect to find on the Language Arts portion of the GED exam.

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The entire GED exam is conducted on a desktop computer, so it follows that you must know how to use a keyboard and mouse to interact with the test material appearing on the monitor screen. Any confusion on your part on exam day will  slow your progress or, worse, cause incorrect test responses.

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Here is an online, interactive simulator for the Language Arts portion of the GED exam. You know you are getting the right kind of experience here, because it is presented by the very people who design and conduct the GED exams.

Study each example carefully, and work them over and over again until you are comfortable with the various ways to interact with test material  on the screen.

We will bring you more examples of test items for Language Arts as they become available. Watch for announcements in the Language Arts Group Forum.

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015