The Distance Learning Project is a way that adult learners in Pennsylvania can prepare for their future. You can study "at your own pace, at your own place," and do anything from get the skills you need for the workplace to prepare for the GED® tests to improve your English language speaking, reading, and writing.
Lots of students already knew what the GED Testing Service said recently is the best order in which to take the GED subject tests. That order is:
1. Reasoning through Language Arts
2. Science and/or Social Studies
4. Mathematical Reasoning
When you start by studying Language Arts, you learn all the reading and writing skills that will help you with Science and Social Studies. Then you can finish by focusing your whole attention on passing the Math test.
Study at the time when you are most awake. If you start to doze off while studying, then you know that you have either studied too long, or it is the wrong time of day. Try to study at the time of day when you will be most successful and get the most out of your time!