CWEST GED Study Guide
- Future GED Test-Takers: welcome to the Community Writing and Education Station (CWEST) study guide for the GED Language Arts, Writing test. This CWEST resource provides information about the two parts of the GED Language Arts, Writing test. Here you will find a test breakdown and scoring information. You will also find a review of the subject areas you will be tested on, test-taking tips, sample questions and sample essay topics. Lastly, we provide suggestions for further reading and studying. Happy studying.
- This resource has practice questions for Part I of the GED Language Arts, Writing Test (the multiple-choice section). All of the questions are like the ones you will have to answer on the GED (all practice questions are based on the 202 GED series). This resource is divided into the four subject areas tested by this part of the GED: organization, sentence structure, usage, and mechanics. At the end of each group of questions are answers and explanations, and suggested resources.
Purdue Online Writing Lab
- The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional materials. Users worldwide will find information to assist them with many writing projects, during any stage of the writing process. Teachers and trainers may use these materials for in-class and out-of-class instruction.
TIP ("To Insure Progress") Sheets
- The Center for Academic Success is proud to offer an online TIP Sheet system that provides quick and easy access to useful skills and study strategies for students. As you can see by the list of TIP Sheet topics on the left, these resources are categorized into the following areas:
WRITING SKILLS: PUNCTUATION,
WRITING SKILLS: GRAMMAR and SENTENCE STRUCTURE,
WRITING SKILLS: STYLE, PURPOSE, and STRATEGY,
WRITING SKILLS: RESEARCH and RESOURCES,
STUDY and TEST-TAKING STRATEGIES,
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS.
UNC Writing Center - Tips and Tools
- Includes many resources for: Writing the Paper, Citation, Style, and Sentence Level Concerns., Specific Writing Assignments or Contexts, and Writing for Specific Fields.