Question 1: ________ (inattentive type, hyperactive–impulse
type, or combined type): "Request for Testing
Accommodations—Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder" form.
Question 2: Some districts hold ________ ceremonies for GED Tests passers,
and award scholarships to the highest scorers.
Question 3: Topics such as global warming and ________ also are covered.
Question 4: Tests and test preparation are
routinely offered in ________
and on military
bases in addition to more traditional settings.
Question 5: Students in ________ may be able to
choose from several nearby testing locations.
Question 6: Others argue that the reading-comprehension
test is too simple, and that there are too many basic operations on
portion and not enough advanced ________ and geometry questions.
Question 7: The five tests that comprise the GED test battery are "Language
Arts: Writing", " Social Studies," " Science," "Language Arts: Reading," and " ________."
Question 10: The tests were originally
created to help veterans
return to civilian life.