How MathScore Can Help With Your GED
To earn your GED, you need to be competent with Algebra I and you'll ultimately
have to pass a test, most likely at your local adult school. MathScore is
directly used as a learning tool
by some GED programs in the United States because it
allows students to learn very rapidly. You should ask
whether your adult school uses MathScore. If not, you should consider using
our Home Version.
How MathScore Works
MathScore breaks down the mathematics curriculum into hundreds of individual
math topics. You master each topic one at a time, generally doing the
topics in the order presented. However, you can skip around
at your discretion. Upon clicking on "Do Worksheet", you get
a list of math problems and you fill in the answers yourself, not using
multiple choice. When necessary, you are expected to use scratch paper.
Upon answering the questions, MathScore instantly grades
the worksheet and then automatically adapts the difficulty based on performance. This way, if something is too easy, it quickly gets harder, and if
it is at your level, it provides more appropriate practice.
Whenever you get something wrong, the correct answer is provided. For most
topics, we provide a step-by-step explanation of how to get the correct
answer. If you study the explanations, you should learn quite rapidly.
We also provide a concise lesson for every math topic in our system.
A full suite of analysis tools will allow you to easily assess your own
progress. Your goal should be to score a rating of 100 on every topic between
3rd grade to 8th grade. If you do that, we are confident that you'll be able
to pass a real comprehensive Algebra I exam.
The following HTML-based demos walk you through the features of MathScore
at your own pace. Look for the "Next" link on the top right of the demos to
easily move from slide-to-slide.
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MathScore is 100% Internet-based and requires absolutely no installation, not
even a plug-in. You will create 1 parent account for yourself and then
create 1 student account for yourself. The parent account is used for
administrative stuff, and once you are up and running, you'll spend most of
your time with your student account.
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