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This is embarrassing but I’m not sure how to do this without tutors. Does it seem doable that I can pass the math test in six months? I don’t need a good grade. Even barely passing is fine. I just need to finish the math portion and I’m through. The other GED tests were reading comprehension but the math section requires actually knowing the subject.

I dropped out of school at 16 but even then I was behind on math. It was the only subject I was bad at. I never learned the basics of multiplication and division in 4th grade and the classes passed me by. The last time I got mostly A’s in math was 5th grade. It’s been so long that I haven’t been in school that I’ve forgotten stuff like how to tell means and medians or how to add up fractions, nevermind algebra and pre-calc.

I can’t remember how to long multiplfy and never learned how to divide… like literally at all.

With studying 3-5 hours a day and maybe crunch, can someone learn all they need before July?
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I'm sure with dedication and the right material, you can pass and actually score really good too! There are tons of resources online to cover the basics of Mathematics like Khan, so the sooner you get started, the better prepared you'll be.

It might seem daunting at first so remember to take it easy, ask doubts, take breaks etc.
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