Would you agree with this statement, “the GED is too hard to pass” ? Your answer to this question can significantly influence your potential to pass the GED if that’s your goal. The first key to passing the GED is to get into a positive mind set. Yes, for many people that have been out of school for years the GED is a huge challenge- but not impossible. Before you start studying for the GED make sure you do a mental “tune-up” and get to a place in your mind and spirt that you can pass. Next you need to start your journey of passing the GED at the beginning. What I mean is you need to start with the basics in all subjects and build your knowledge and skills up. The GED does cover a lot of information however every day you learn something new will close the gap of your readiness to pass the exam. Lastly take it one day at a time and reflect on why it’s important for you to pass- review the reasons you want your GED. In the end, if you never give up, you will pass and not only earn your GED but do a huge service to your ego and self-confidence.