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From: Nikki
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: Dec 30, 2002 at 20:36:58
Subject: Passing the GED
I am 22 years old, and I dropped out of high school. I took the GED test and failed the math section. I can add and subtract (kinda), but everything else is a complete nightmare. I've gotten along by carrying a pocket calculator. I would like to better myself and pass the GED test. I have bought a CD-ROM and book about math and I still don't understand. I have tried to get a tutor but I feel like I am "a lost cause". Are there any books, CDs, or videos that would help? Maybe I just don't know what to look for. I work two jobs to pay my bills. Getting together with a tutor or going to a class is hard for me. I'm looking for something I can do at home. I can't seem to find the right teaching tool (i.e. books, CDs, videos). Any recommendations about what to buy or what site to go to would help! I would like to pass my GED test and maybe even do simple math without a calculator! Thank you for your time =) Nikki
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