What do you need to pass the HiSET? It’s not just about what’s on the test.
Achieving success in life requires a strong sense of purpose. So it is no surprise that reaching your goal to pass the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) also demands an unwavering commitment. It’s not enough to just say you have a goal; rather, taking decisive action toward achieving the goal is essential for success.
To help you on this journey, let me share with you four building blocks to assist in realizing your goal of passing the HiSET exam and making it achievable!
What is your vision for achieving your High School Equivalency Diploma?
First and foremost, it’s essential that you create a strong, positive vision of your future self.
Imagine what life would look like if you passed the HiSET – what educational or career opportunities could open up for you then? Making such an image tangible can help keep you motivated and energized to pursue your goal.
How are you feeling about yourself, and your self-confidence?
You must work to maintain and/or build your self-confidence throughout the process of preparing for the HiSET exam. Even if some areas of your studies are tough for you, remember that you can always build the skills and strengths, in areas you lack, to help you overcome any difficulties.
Maintain a healthy view of yourself…dress up, eat well, and exercise – these activities can make a huge difference to your mental health and improve your outlook on life.
Knowledge without action is useless.
How many of us know the solutions to our own problems, but get paralyzed when it comes to taking action? This can’t be the case for you, you must make a commitment to yourself to take consistent action in preparation to pass the HiSET. This is the key to success in achieving any goal.
Follow a study plan diligently, take practice tests and make sure that you are measuring your progress as best you can. As with any big endeavor in life, success starts with action!
Give yourself the time you need to prepare for success.
As much as we might like to think that a short study period is enough to pass any exam, this is especially not true when it comes to the HiSET test. Be smart and make sure that you are allowing yourself adequate time and opportunity to build up the knowledge you need to pass the HiSET exam.
With proper planning and dedication, passing the HiSET exam is achievable – just be sure that you give yourself the necessary time you need to be successful!
Passing the HiSET exam is an important step to take if you want to achieve greater success in life.
Start by creating a positive vision of your future self, and work on maintaining and building your self-confidence.
Take consistent and committed action toward sharpening your knowledge and give yourself the necessary time to prepare for success on the HiSET test.
With determination, dedication, and commitment you can pass the HiSET exam and open up new educational and career opportunities!
What’s the best and most efficient way to learn math before taking the HiSET Math test?
The answer is simple: the best way to learn math is to learn directly from an experienced math teacher that can explain math in a way you like and understand! No one can teach you math better than an actual math teacher as teaching math every day is their profession! Of course, it’s almost impossible to find a good math teacher that will sit down and re-teach you everything you learned (or did not learn) in high school math one-on-one…..but fortunately, there is a something that’s just as good!
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- Comprehensive video instruction that’s easy to watch and learn from – pause, rewind, re-play…you have full control of the pace
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- Fully explained lessons and practice problems with step by step video demonstration
- Problems cover basic, advanced and word problems
- Full set of practice problem worksheets for every topic – correspond to video solutions: practice on your own then watch solution videos to see how you did and review lessons in areas you missed
- Comprehensive summary notes of all concepts covered – perfect study aid for tests and quizzes
- Chapter quizzes with instant feedback
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TabletClass HiSET Math Test Prep Course Covers:
Chapter 1: Number and Algebra Foundations
1.1 Number Operations
1.3 Order of Operations
1.4 Translating Verbal and Algebraic Phrases
1.5 Equations / Inequalities /Solutions
1.7 Factors and Multiples, Factorization, Prime and Composite Numbers and Divisibility Rules
1.8 Place Value
1.9 Basic Math Operations and Number Properties
1.10 Decimals and Estimation & Rounding
1.11 Venn Diagrams and An Introduction to Sets
1.12 Sequences and Patterns
Chapter 2: Real Numbers and Simplifying Variable Expressions
2.1 Real Number System
2.2 Adding Real Numbers
2.3 Subtracting Real Numbers
2.4 Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers
2.5 Distributive Property
2.6 Simplifying by Combining Like Terms
Chapter 3: Fractions and Decimals
3.1 Introduction to Fractions and Decimals
3.2 Least Common Multiple/Denominator
3.3 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
3.4 Adding and Subtracting Fractions
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Chapter 4: Solving Equations
4.1 One Step Equations
4.2 Solving Two Step Equations
4.3 Solving Multi-Step Equations
4.4 Formulas and Literal Equations
Chapter 5: Inequalities
5.1 Linear Inequalities
5.2 Compound Inequalities
Chapter 6: Graphing Lines
6.1 Graphing Lines with One Variable
6.2 Graphing Lines with Two Variables
6.3 The Slope of a Line
6.4 Slope Intercept Method
6.5 XY Intercept Method
Chapter 7: Writing The Equations to Lines
7.1 Writing the Equations of Lines – Using Slope-Intercept Form
7.2 Writing the Equations of Lines-Using Point-Slope intercept
7.3 Writing the Equations of Lines -Given the Slope and a Point
7.4 Writing the Equations of Lines-Given Two Points
7.5 Standard Form of Linear Equations
7.6 Best Fitting Lines and Scatter Plots
7.7 Linear Models/Word Problems
Chapter 8: Absolute Value
8.1 Introduction to Absolute Value
8.2 Graphing Absolute Value Equations
8.3 Solving Absolute Value Equations
8.4 Absolute Value Inequalities
Chapter 9: Systems and Matrices
9.1 Solving Systems by Graphing
9.2 Solving Systems Substitution Method
9.3 Solving Systems by Elimination/Linear Combination
9.4 Introduction to Matrices
9.5 Matrix Operations
Chapter 10: Powers and Exponents
10.1 Product and Power Rules of Exponents
10.2 Negative and Zero Exponents Rules
10.3 Division Rules of Exponents
10.4 Scientific Notation
10.5 Compound Interest
Chapter 11: Polynomials and Factoring
11.1 Introduction to Polynomials
11.2 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
11.3 Multiplying Polynomials
11.4 Multiplying Polynomials Special Cases
11.5 Sum and Difference of Two Cubes
11.6 Factoring Greatest Common Factor
11.7 Factoring Quadratic Trinomials
11.8 Special Factoring Rules
Chapter 12: Quadratic Equations/ Complex Numbers
12.1 Introduction to Quadratic Equations
12.2 Solving Quadratic Equations by Square Roots
12.3 Graphing Quadratic Equations
12.4 The Quadratic Formula
12.5 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
12.6 The Discriminant – Types of Roots
12.7 Quadratic Equation Word Problems
12.8 Complex and Imaginary Numbers
Chapter 13: Functions and Relations
13.1 Introduction to Functions and Relations
13.2 Function Operations
13.3 Inverse Functions
13.4 Composite Functions
Chapter 14: Rational Expressions / Equations
14.1 Ratios and Proportions
14.3 Direct and Inverse Variation
14.4 Simplifying Rational Expressions
14.5 Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
14.6 Finding the LCD of Rational Expressions
14.7 Solving Rational Equations
14.8 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
Chapter 15: Radical Expressions / Equations
15.1 Simplifying Radicals
15.2 Operations with Radicals
15.3 Solving Radical Equations
15.4 The Distance and Mid-Point Formula
Chapter 16: Geometry
16.1 Area of Basic Figures
16.2 Surface Area of Basic Figures
16.3 Volume of Basic Figures
16.4 Circles: Area and Circumference
16.5 Area of Circles/Sectors and Arc Length
16.6 Points, Lines and Planes
16.7 Line Segments and Rays
16.9 More on Angles and Lines
16.10 Parallel Lines and Transversals
16.11 Properties of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
16.12 Introduction to Polygons
16.14 Introduction to Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Congruence and Similarity
Chapter 17: Right Triangles and Basic Trigonometry
17.1 The Pythagorean Theorem
17.2 Special Right Triangles
17.3 Trigonometric Ratios
17.4 Right Triangle Word Problems
Chapter 18: Data, Measurement and Probability
18.1 Units of Measure and Conversion
18.2 Measures of Central Tendency- Mean, Median and Mode
18.3 Exploring Data- Charts, Tables, Graphs and Plots
18.4 Introduction To Probability
18.5 Counting Theory
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