Here are your networking connections to others in the GED & Beyond program who are preparing for the Science part of the exam. You can browse the instructions, requests, comments, and conversations in the Science Group Forum, but you must join the forum to participate in those activities.

Note: This is a permanent. one-of-a-kind  group that is not to be confused with groups that are formed each month as part of the optional 1-year study plan.

 

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Select the situation that best describes your reason for being here,
then follow the corresponding instructions.

YOUR SITUATION SUGGESTED APPROACH TO THIS TOPIC
I'm just visiting, looking around to see what is going on here. Go directly to the Science Group Forum. You can browse most of the features to see what the group members are doing.
I want to join the Science Group Forum. Go directly to the Science Group Forum, and respond to the invitation to join the group. If you do not see an invitation to join, you are apparently already a member.
I am already a member of the Science Group Forum, I need to jump in and get to work. Go directly to the Science Group Forum and find the topic you want to use.

Station #1
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The Science Group Forum is the central meeting place for its members. This is where you joint up with smaller science study groups, learn and share your experiences, and generally keep in touch with what is happening in the science department of the GED Prep & Beyond program.

If you are not already a member, you will be prompted to enter your profile  information.

Station #2
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Here is a collaboration environment that can possibly keep you from going insane from the endless assignments and deadlines. It provides opportunities  to socialize with others in your groups. If you are at least eighteen years of age and have a good graphics card in your computer, you can join us at the GED Prep & Beyond Pavilion on the virtual campus of Free-Ed.Net in Second Life.

If you are not already a member of the Second Life community, you will be prompted to enter your profile  information.

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015