This is where you find the "prior knowledge" that is required for scoring well on the Language Arts portion of the GED exam.

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Language Arts Study Guide

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Language Arts Study Group

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Language Arts Test Items

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Language Arts FAQ

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You are more than welcome to study the free online texts, take the quizzes, and browse the miscellaneous learning resources on your own. Studies clearly show, however, that you learn more and learn it better when studying with a group of people who are pursuing the same goals.

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.
  1. Review the Language Arts Study Guide
  2. Visit the Language Arts Study Group.
  3. Browse the Language Arts FAQ
  4. Visit GED Prep & Beyond pavilion on the virtual-world campus of Free-Ed.Net
I want to prepare for the Language Arts portion of the GED exam, but not interested in joining the Language Arts Study Group.
  1. Browse the Language Arts FAQ
  2. Go to the Language Arts Study Guide and begin your studies

Non-members are free top peruse the study group's notes. They often provide useful information and study hints.

I want to prepare for the Language Arts portion of the GED exam, and I want to join the study group.
  1. Browse the Language Arts FAQ to make sure you understand what this is all about
  2. Visit the Language Arts Study Group, and apply for membership.
  3. Go to the Language Arts Study Guide and begin your studies
  4. Jump into the conversations as a member of the Language Arts Study Group
I was sent here by my  GED Prep & Beyond class.
  1. Visit the Language Arts Study Group, and apply for membership.
  2. Begin your studies according to the plan suggested by your  GED Prep & Beyond class.

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015