But there’s a different pattern that changes the entire approach.
“First, find your weakest area.”
First, you use several tools and techniques to understand what you’re really good at and where your weaknesses are. If you’re good at something - there is no need wasting time reviewing it.
This sounds simple but is actually a totally different approach than most people take.
“Then, build knowledge around it.”
What this means is study your weakest areas and the surrounding areas.
The areas that you’re weakest at are where you want to spend 80% of your time studying. By studying these areas you will improve your test score VERY quickly.
What most people actually need is less cover-to-cover and random studying…
… and instead, a SYSTEM.
A step-by-step SYSTEM passing the GED© math test without wasting your time on things you already know.
A SYSTEM for finding your weakest areas.
A SYSTEM for building knowledge around your weakness.
A SYSTEM that tells you whether you’re on the right track or not… so if something’s not working, you’ll know exactly what to do to fix it and get back on track.
A SYSTEM for getting the highest GED© math score possible - or passing it in as little time as possible - it’s your choice.
But it’s about a SYSTEM - not cover-to cover book studying or random studying.